Rewrite for Vista = 100% Complete, posting v2 soon.
Fizzics is a free sandbox physics game. It has a range of props and blocks allowing you to create whatever your imagination can think up. Fizzics includes a bunch of different maps for you to enjoy too.
A new version is in progress which will add an amazing amount of new and innovative content including new huge maps, new destructive weapons (TNT has been made ) crazy new objects, a cool new system allowing you to damage objects, a range of new sounds, but most importantly major bug fixes and a huge rewrite that will set this Vista issue straight. Includes a brand new update to the latest version of GMPhysics plus new improved performance for slower computers. You don't wanna miss v2.
5 Maps (Fizzics Fields Day, Fizzics Fields Night, Pond, Hills, Canvas) all large enough to scroll around
A range of props from electronics, plants, and cups to cubes based off the game "Portal"
Colored and textured blocks from blue and red to wooden and wave animated
Physics using GMPhysics DLL
Night and day time shading
The ability to take photos of what you want by pressing F9
A range of tools (weld, joint, rope) to enhance the construction experience
More content (maps and props)
Images and videos
You can view the slightly outdated demo here: http://nz.youtube.co...h?v=WAZdPHSI9AI
Or just see the images below:
E - Show menu
Left click - Place object
Right click - Delete object
F1 - Additional info
Escape key (Esc) - Exit game (press constantly to exit the game)
Bugs and feedback
Please report any errors. Thanks to cooldudetb who reported the fatal runtime error. The new link should work great.
If you plan on commenting, be constructive. Saying "That map sucks" just doesn't help.
Downloads and updates
Download - http://www.mediafire.com/?zxmw39twtsz
Update to v1.1 - Fixed major terrain bug
- Fixed run time error
3.2 MB (zipped)
Includes 1X EXE (game)
Includes 1X DLL
Includes 1X Text File
(Not Vista Compatible)
Using the forum, you can create or request objects for the game. Visit the forum and see how!
Edited by CompanionCube, 31 May 2009 - 10:26 PM.