Ragdoll Blaster: A Physics Puzzler

App review by
Carla Thornton, Common Sense Media
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Offbeat physics game teaches angles and velocity.

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age 9+
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Ease of Play

Firing the cannon is easy; hitting the target gets harder as you level up. Sight line, a new option that temporarily displays a dotted line from the cannon to your finger, is very helpful in hitting targets that move.

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that this physics game teaches angle and velocity by shooting rag dolls out of a cannon. The limp ragdoll bodies on the screen can be a bit unsettling, though, and the game gets really hard after the first 20 levels.

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Kid, 11 years old June 4, 2010

Fun App Of Physics

I think this is a great app that teaches to deal with physics,but the rag dolls are a bit disturbing to SOME people,not all.It was a great app.I recommend it to... Continue reading
Kid, 10 years old June 13, 2010

godd for 10+

they dont have ragdoll blaster 2, so i will tell about that. (there almost the same i think..........) the ragdolls are a bit odd, but it is fun and edicting.

Is it any good?

Ragdoll Blaster combines the sheer fun of firing ragdolls from a cannon with physics puzzles. Can you shoot with the right angle and velocity to hit the red-and-white target? The fewer shots the higher the score and the less cluttered with limp ragdoll bodies your screen will be.

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