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Minecraft is not very physics-based; with the minor exception of water, lava, and minecarts.

I would recommend Doc Clock: The Toasted Sandwich of Time. It's indie, around $10, and involves putting together vehicles to get through various platformer puzzles. The big challenge of the game is the fact that your character can't jump.

Best part is, any time your vehicle falls into a spike pit or something, you can undo it Prince of Persia/Braid-style with a rewind button.
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Well games under the HPL (Penumbra Overture, Penumbra Requiem, and Penumbra Black Plague) and HPL2 engine (Amnesia the Dark Descent and whatever Frictional games are doing next) have great physics.

Also HPL1 engine is Open Sourced to make your own projects, and HPL2 isn't but if you buy Amnesia you can get a official level editor for it as well here.

http://wiki.frictionalgames.com/hpl2/start

Also like ^ said, this game is indie. Though you have probably heard of Amnesia because of it being talked about on G4 and IGN numerous times, you should also try Penumbra.
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Originally Posted by Reflux View Post
I mean physics based games. Not games with Physx.

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Angry Birds! lol

Crazy Machines I and II and im not mentioning it coz it uses physx
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I guess you have played world of goo then. I stuck around the middle.

I also think that the engine of virtual pool 3 is more close to the real thing and laws of physics are applied there very convincingly
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Professor Heinz Wolffs Gravity- Very Fun Game!
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This. Played it in my calc class a few times before.
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can't really build an engine in this game but it has a lot to with physics and you have to use them in order to achive the goal.

the game is called crayon physics

there is also a demo so you can try it out before you buy it.
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