Kinetikz is a challenging physics-based puzzle game for all ages where you have to deflect a ball toward a target by shooting discs at it. In each level, you must use your cannon gun at the bottom of the game screen to shoot Discs at the colorful ball. To progress, the ball must touch any part of the target. Each level increases in difficulty, with objects and other obstacles blocking the easy path between the ball and the target.
You must strategically plan how best to get the ball to the target, using as few Discs as possible. Create pathways, skillfully deflect obstacles and judge the right angles to fire the Discs from. As you complete each level, you are awarded more Discs; So, the fewer Discs that you use in the easier levels – the more you’ll have later for the tougher ones.
This tricky problem solving puzzle will really test and exercise your creative engineering abilities, as well as your observational skills. Fans of billiard games such as pool and snooker will enjoy this game, as there are similar elements to it. Ready for a real challenge, Physics Master? Good, let’s see what you can do.
How to Play: There are three levels of difficulty in this 1 player game – Easy, Hard and Free Play. In Easy Mode, you earn 7 new Discs each time you complete a level. In Hard Mode, the levels are the same, but you only receive 5 new Discs each time you complete a level. In Free Play, you get an unlimited amount of Discs. In each level, you must fire Discs to get the ball to the target. Aim your Cannon by moving your computer mouse and Left Click to fire a Disc. To progress, the ball must touch any part of the target; It doesn’t have to hit the center of it.
In some levels, you can fire the Discs straight at the ball to push it toward the target. In others, you must shoot Discs at other objects, like levers and pulleys, to push the ball toward the target. There are black and yellow Buffers that move the ball in whatever direction the colors point. In some levels, you have to push the ball towards these Buffers to boost it toward the target. In others, you have to avoid the Buffers because they move the ball away from the target.