A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this app.
Kids can learn how gravity acts on objects by guiding falling eggs, stacking blocks to maximum height, or by using magnetism to stabilize buildings. Kids can learn about momentum and timing, and through trial and error will get the chance to try lots of different approaches to achieving a goal. Menu load time is slow and icons are vague, but, otherwise, a fantastic product. Kids can learn basic physics concepts through the cute graphics and engaging gameplay of Finger Physics.
Ease of Play
Use your fingers to stack, move, and remove blocks. Some levels can be quite challenging, but there's a nice slow build before you get to any puzzles that are super difficult.
Violence & Scariness
Some of the blocks explode.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that while Finger Physics doesn't aim to teach your kids about the laws of science, those laws are rather faithfully followed by the objects in the game. Blocks move and react to stimuli as they would in the real world, and as kids play with them, they can see the laws of physics in action. Finger Physics is essentially a game and science experiment rolled into one.
Is It Any Good?
FINGER PHYSICS is an incredibly well made game app. Whether you're holding your breath, carefully stacking different shaped blocks, or knocking obstacles out of the way to guide a big block down to the screen's bottom, you're both exercising your knowledge of the laws of physics and having a heck of a lot of fun at the same time. New puzzles and levels are available to download in the future, giving Finger Physics the chance to be a very long-lived app on your iPhone.
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