Whiplash: Crash Valley
Whiplash: Crash Valley is an Adventure, Physics, and Single-player Simulation developed and published by Diagrammet AB. The game puts the player in the role of a crash test dummy and provides him a chance step into the city of Crash Valley where the player can test his limits. During the gameplay, the player needs to crash into buildings, citizens and dark boards, and among other things. Like a crash test dummy, the player is endured years of pain and also torture in the crash test dummy lab. Now, it’s time to revenge. The player must kick people in the face and then bring massive destruction upon Crash Valley and its people. It completely depends on the player to bring the glory back to his and his kind of an orange-colored piece of art. The game introduces the interactive ragdoll simulation system, allowing the character to act as a dummy. There are different vehicles, and the player can drive one of them to advance through the game.
Pain developed by Idol Minds and published by Sony Computer Entertainment is an Action, Physics-based Single and Multiplayer video game available to play on PlayStation 3. The game takes place in the realistic world and consists of a variety of challenging levels. In the game, your primary aim is to damage a ragdoll character as much as possible to score the best points by using the Havok physics engine, blasting and flying from a slingshot. The ragdoll character has different poses and phrases, can grab an object to throw, can move by ooching and more. There are many characters available including Elvira, Andy Dick, Santa Claus, David Hasselhoff, and more. Three unlockable environments are available to play and enjoy with tons of objects and sandbox elements. Complete each and every level with the highest points and damage your character to unlock further and progress through the game. Pain offers prominent features such as Multiple Characters, Dozens of Ways to Play, Online Multiplayer Supports up to 4-players, Fortress mode, Online Community and more. Try it out, and you’ll enjoy it.
Ragdoll Runners is a Physics-based, Sports, and Single-player Simulation developed and published by Samuel Manier. The game mainly revolves around the Track and Field elements where the player controls an athlete with an objective to compete in eight different events of various types including triple jump, long jump, sprint, and hurdles. In the game, the player can move using two keys, one key per leg. To achieve victory, the player needs good mental strength and timing. The game has three modes such as Solo, Split-screen, and Online. In Solo mode, the player can compete against strong opponents and struggle to become a champion in each event by performing his best. In Split-screen mode, the player can go against for three friends on the same computer while there are two-three modes in an Online campaign such as Confront the World, Challenge mode and Daily Contest. Ragdoll Runners offers prominent features such as Compete against Opponents, Eight Events, Funny Situations, and more. Check it out, and have fun.
Swagflip: Parkour Origins is an Arcade and Single-player video game takes place in the 2D world developed and published by Jordan Ross for Android. The game comes with an exciting gameplay and introduces the ragdoll characters. It centers on the story of a homegrown backflip champion. The player as the champion needs to dial-in his stunts and backflips at his basketball court and then struggle to take his skills up a notch and stick comb-flips while attempting to defy death from extreme height. The player can bounce on the hoop during the gameplay and can launch a boosted layout flip into the air. He can also perform double pike flip off of her roof and land on the truck of his dad. The game uses the ragdoll physics to create awesome tricks and stunts with hilarious wrecks. To the multiplier the player needs to stick the landing to jack up his score in the next jump. There are seven unique levels available designed to push the player to new heights and over four unique but challenging areas are present to explore. The player can do over seventy jumps, ranging from outright to technical crazy.
Stair Dismount is a 3D Arcade, Puzzle, and Single-player Ragdoll Simulation developed and published by Secret Exit Ltd. The game introduces the indestructible Mr. Dismount and his buddies. During the gameplay, the player has to push Mr. Discount down the stairs for as much damage as possible. While playing the game, the player can experience somersaults and barrel rolls in 3D physics simulation. During the gameplay, it lets the player use photos of his friends to decorate the ragdoll character and then share his acts of loving via Facebook, Email, and other social platforms. The game provides the player with the most convincing personal impact simulation that he has never experienced before on mobile devices. Several inspiring locations are featured for rapid descent. Intuitive controls make the player gaming experience awesome, and customization feature enables the player to choose from different faces to decorate the character. The crunchiest sound effects will make this game more engaging. Stair Dismount includes prominent features such as Intuitive Controls, Select Faces from Gallery, Physics-based Gameplay, and more. Try it out, and have fun.
Toribash is an Action, Turn-based, Physics-based, Single and Multiplayer Third-person Fighting video game developed by Nabi Studios and published by Nicalis. The game combines the elements of Ragdoll and Fighting and revolves around manipulating the different joints of the players. In the game, you can hold, relax, contract the player’s neck, elbows, abdomen, hips, and other parts of the body. There are both Single and Multiplayer modes available where moments are executed in turn-based frames of length. Through customization, you can create and customize your character in your style by selecting hair style, limbs joints, and more. As the game progress, it becomes challenging, and you have to learn new moves and skills to face the difficulty. Toribash offers core features such as lots of Events, Character Customizations, Unique fight and more. Try it out, and you’ll enjoy it.
Garry’s Mod is a Single and Multiplayer Physics-based Sandbox video game by Valve Corporation. Initially, Garry’s Mod was a Mod for Valve Corporation’s popular title Half-Life 2, but later on, it was made into the most amazing Standalone game back in 2006. From then on, Gary’s Mod is available to play on Microsoft Windows and a bunch of other platforms such as Linux and OS X. The gameplay of Gary’s Mod is all about Physics as it allows the players to enjoy exploring the world without any set rules and objectives, and enjoy the freedom to manipulate Ragdolls and various types of Props such as Dumpsters, Furniture, Shipping Containers and loads of other environmental objects. The game provides the players with a “Physics Gun” that helps the player pick up Objects such as Ragdolls and Props, Rotate them, or freeze them in place, or simply place them in the Sandbox form with the help of Installed or Player created collections of Source Engines (PHX3 or others). However, the another great item of “Tool Gun” helps the players perform multiple types of tasks such as Use it to hold the Props together, Create various types of Interactive and Clickable buttons, Winches and Wheels to transfer the Props from one place to another. With a unique and modified Source Engine known as Havok Physics Engine at the core, Gary’s Mode lets the players enjoy playing with the Laws of Physics and enjoy real Simulations and do some nasty experiments to satisfy the inner mad scientist. Gary’s Mod offers free access to the users to use the Source Engine and create amazing content for the game such as Spawn models, maps, tools, vehicles, and enjoy it all in the amazing Multiplayer gaming mode. The creators announce a sequel to Gary’s Mod and it will soon be available in the markets. Hopefully, the sequel will be as amazing as Gary’s Mod itself and will offer loads of hours of endless entertainment to all the hardcore fans around the globe.
Jackass: The Game is an Action-Adventure, and Single-player Extreme Sports video game developed Sidhe and published by Red Mile Entertainment. The game offers immersive gameplay based on the familiar TV series, titled Jackass. It uses the motion capture technology to replicate the movements of the cast. However, Ryan Dunn didn’t partake in the filming of the motion capture because of him diagnosed with depression. There are forty challenging mini-games available that close to the aspects of both series and the movies. The storyline starts with Jeff Tremaine, who is hospitalized due to suffering a vagina sprain. After that, the crew calls upon the player to step up and complete the role of the director of Jackass. In the game, the ultimate objective of the player is to gather the best footage from up to thirty-six stunts over the course of the game to create a new season. There are two modes for players such as MTV Story Mode and Episodes. Johnny Knoxville, Ryan Dunn, Steve-O, Preston Lacy, Dave England, Ehren Mc Ghehey, and more are playable characters.