• Released on May 12, 2011
  • By Bithack for Android

[edit] Background

Apparatus is a game where you build simple mechanical structures to
make a path for one or several marbles to the goal. Use the laws of classical mechanics to complete each level.

Build a space rocket, connect cables from batteries to motors, build bridges, set up teeter totters, swing with ropes, build vehicles, or just let the marble have a happy roller coaster ride to the goal!

Use the hammer or the wrench to connect planks, wheels and other objects together. Use the control panel to control your creations, be it a monster truck, a mechanical rifle or anything YOU can imagine!

Creativity is essential in the gameplay Apparatus. If you don't have the patience to figure out the challenge levels, why not just play around in the physics sandbox and build whatever comes to mind? Upload and share your levels in the community section or download and comment on other players' levels.

The early levels will teach you how to play the game and go through some basic concepts. The more you progress the more freedom the levels provide, many levels can be solved in many different ways. Every time you complete a level, you can go into freebuild mode and modify the level however you like. If you make the level better, or just harder, you might want to upload it to the community section and let other people play your modified level.

[edit] Hardware Info

Officially supported phones and tablets:

  • Nexus One
  • Samsung Galaxy S
  • Samsung Galaxy S II (Please disable sound! This device crashes with sound on, we're working on a fix!)
  • HTC Desire HD
  • HTC Desire
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab
  • ZTE Blade
  • ZTE Light
  • Acer A500 Tablet
  • Motorola Xoom

A minimum processor speed of 600MHz is recommended. A screen resolution of 800x480 or higher is recommended but the game runs on lower resolutions.

Please disable sound/music in the game. The audio backend crashes on this phone.

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Release Dates
  • North America: May 12, 2011