Games that place a focus on how momentum and trajectory impact the movement of objects or characters find their home in the physics genre. Some of the most popular games in this genre include the worldwide hit Angry Birds and popular Cut the Rope, and both of these provide an excellent premier into what this genre has to offer.
- World of Goo is a physics based puzzle / construction game.
- Angry Birds is a video game franchise created by the Rovio Entertainment game developer.
- Algodoo gives you the opportunity to play with physics. Use your own hands and simple drawing tools to design, construct and explore the world of physics.
- The full game includes 47 levels (plus "infinite" bonus content) across 8 distinct level types: Ambient, Solar, Antimatter, Impasse, Repulsor, Sentient, Warped Chaos, and Epicycles.
- The Powder Toy is a desktop version of the classic 'falling sand' physics sandbox game, it simulates air pressure and velocity as well as heat!.
- Create and manage your own space program, build and fly spacecraft, and try to conquer space.
- You have always dreamed of flying - but your wings are tiny. Luckily the world is full of beatiful hills. Use the hills as jumps - slide down, flap your wings and fly!
- A free open source game with teleportation.
- Pocket Scholar teaches college-level science through bite-sized lectures and interactive quizzes.
- Lively, physics-based puzzle game series tasking players with getting candy to Om Nom the monster.
- Join Alto and his friends as they embark on an endless snowboarding odyssey.
- Yenka is a new generation of educational modelling tools from Crocodile Clips.
- Crayon Physics Deluxe is a 2D physics puzzle / sandbox game, in which you get to experience what it would be like if your drawings would be magically transformed into real...
- LabsLand lets students access real educational laboratories through the Internet. Schools, institutions and homeschoolers can use it to provide real labs and real practical and scientific education without having the physical equipment themselves.