We know that most of the physics games are based on the Box 2d physics engine, so it’s something like the virtual reality. Most of them are very good and educational, here we picked out three most educational games for you. If you are a teacher, it’s a good idea to share them with your students.
Fantastic Contraption 2 is the second part of the Fantastic Contraption games. Your goal is to construct contraptions to overcome obstacles.
The blue square is your work area, you will build contraptions here. The pink square is the goal, you win by getting the pink wheel into it.
Select the wheel tool, click your mouse in the work area to draw the wheel.
Select the watery rods tool, we can use that to connect the two wheels.
Draw water from the middle of one wheel to the middle of the other wheel to connect them together.
Press start button to start your contraption, you cannot change your contraption while it is running.
You don’t have to get it right the first time. You can refine a design if it does not work.
Hit start to test a promising design out, if you don’t think it is going to work, hit stop when you’ve seen enough. Then you refine the design until it works.
wood rods will bump into wheels and rods they aren’t attached to.
Magnets repel and attract each other, use them to beat the level.
Use the move tool to drag joints or whole contraptions around.
Use the delete tool to get rid of parts you don’t want.
Press Start to see your contraption run, then press stop so you can edit again.
Clockwise wheels: will turn if a rod is connected to the center joint.
Counter-Clockwise Wheels: will turn if a rod is connected to the center joint.
Un-powered wheels: will roll if pushed, but not on their own.
Save: Save your contraption online.
You can check out the below walkthrough if you stuck somewhere:
Electric Box 2 is the worlds most electrifying puzzle game. Use the items in each level to connect electricity from the source to the target. With items that can be flipped, click on them to reverse their directions.
We’ll need to figure out how to get power from the main power supply to the target. The metal wires can be used to conduct electricity. Look at our inventory panel at the right side, two items are present there. Drag and place the fan anywhere on this wire, this will connect the fan to the power source.
The fan is getting powered and producing air, air always flows straight as directed by the arrow. The Power Generator can be driven by the flow of air, then it will generate electric power itself. Place the power generator onto the wire connecting to the target so that the flow of air will reach the power generator.
Light from the light bulb travels straight to the four directions.
Solar panel is very effective for catching light and producing electric power.
Sometimes devices are already placed on the game grid and you cannot move them with your mouse. If the solar panel is already placed and you cannot move them with your mouse. However it can be moved with special devices like the puller bot.
Kettle full of water: give it power and it will start pouring water. You can also put it above a heater to generate steam.
Puller bot: Give it power, it runs forward and pulls backward the object it finds first.
Check out the below video walkthrough if you stuck somewhere.
Move the pipes, overflow pots, water splitters to the right place to control the flow, guide the water to the pots to fill them all.
Drag the pot to have it under the water tank. You can pour different streams together, where the amount of water will be added up.
With pipes water can be controlled. Once water leaves a pipe, it won’t enter another one. Pipes cannot be rotated.
Overflow pots: once this kind of pot is full, the spare water will stream on through the white overflow valve.
Blocks: these red blocks exclude both water and movable items.
Water splitter: this element splits water into two different streams equally. The initial direction is displayed on the splitter.
Check out the video solution here: Liquid Measure 2 Game Walkthrough level 1 to 31
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