50 Games Like The Z Axis: Continuum

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Mushroom 11, GIGA WRECKER ALT., and CRUSH! are our top selection to play today.

The latest addition in this selection are GIGA WRECKER ALT. released the 29 April 2019 and ranked #2, TrialsA Rising released the 25 February 2019 and ranked #36, Mugsters released the 16 July 2018 and ranked #17.

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This suggestion collection includes platform puzzle games for Android, IOS (iPhone / iPad), PS4 (Playstation 4), Xbox One, Switch, PC Windows, Mac OS, Linux and 3DS. The order in this selection is not absolute, but the best games tends to be up in the list.

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Escape a bizarre world by rotating the universe. Use portals, physics, time, and clones as floors become walls, walls become ceilings, left becomes down, and right becomes up. You manipulate time and space at will, but do you have the mind to solve the warped reality that imprisons you?

2# GIGA WRECKER ALT. - 2019

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In the near future, where Earth has been ravaged by robot invaders, the fate of the planet rests of the shoulders of a young girl who becomes more than human. By destroying robotic enemies and the world around her, Reika can form the resulting debris into all manner of weapons and tools. Use these to overcome obstacles and solve puzzles, navigate through platform-laiden levels, then take the fight to the robot invaders and save mankind from extinction before it's too late!

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4# iO - A Physics Platformer - 2015

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Optimized for the NVIDIA SHIELD, grow, shrink, roll, leap and climb in this unique puzzler featuring over 150 challenging mazes and one-of-a-kind gameplay that includes portals, inverted gravity, vehicles and more! AppleNApps: 4 out of 5 - "iO is a finely crafted platformer that keeps things fresh making it well worth picking up.

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5# Home Sheep Home 2 - 2014

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Shaun the Sheep's BAFTA-nominated puzzle game is back for a second baa-rilliant adventure! Join Shaun, Timmy and Shirley as they journey through over 60 levels of underground caverns, negotiate the busy streets of London and teleport through outer space all in search of the green, green grass of home.

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10# Iconoclasts - 2018

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Join renegade mechanic Robin and uncover the secrets of a dying planet. Explore a big world filled with intricate puzzles, interesting characters and menacing bosses in a beautiful platform adventure that tells a personal story about faith, purpose and the challenge of helping people.

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11# Unravel - 2016

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Inspired by the unique and breath-taking environments of Northern Scandinavia,Unravelis a visually stunning, physics-based puzzle platformer. Embark with Yarnyon a seemingly larger than life adventure to reconnect the long-lost memories of afamily. Told completely without words,experiencean exciting and heartfeltstory about love, hope and the journey of life.

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12# Ubinota - 2015

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In a world where inhabitants live in the sky on floating islands made of cubes, a disaster threatens to make the population fall into the depths. Use the magic paint in this puzzle game to stuck cubes together and avoid the disaster.

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14# Pull My Tongue - 2016

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Help feed Greg by pulling his tongue through a series of fun puzzles that include, zappers, spikes, chewing gum, balloons and more! - 5 worlds with 90 levels - Cute and cuddly character - Deliciously unique tongue physics (yes there is such a thing) - Never before seen gameplay and puzzles Please note that In App Purchases are entirely optional and in no way required to complete the game!

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16# Samsara - 2018

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Drop blocks of different shapes and properties into a realm of two mirrored dimensions, in this beautiful, reflective puzzle game with a twist" Surrounded by the unknown and trapped in a series of realms both confusing and dangerous, the youngsters must avoid slipping into the pool between dimensions, embarking on a voyage of discovery and awakening they share with the player, up and down staircases, through light and dark, across the upside-down and the right side-up to their eventual freedom. Features: - Explore the reflected dimensions of 77 levels across 6 hand-detailed realms - Simple play mechanic choose, rotate and drop blocks and utilize their reflections - Carefully paced advancement, new concepts introduced progressively - Blocks must be both balanced and will respond to gravity, falling towards the pool between the two dimensions, allowing asymmetric placements - Although later in the game, new types of block reflections may behave unusually under gravity - Environmental interaction includes falling stones, and thorns which grow on contact with Zees echo but shrivel at Zees own touch, allowing timed block movements to be set up - Crafted with love by a team of experienced developers in New Zealand, featuring innovative puzzle design and a unique art and animation style

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17# Mugsters - 2018

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Aliens have taken over the planet and enslaved humanity. Only you have the know-how to drive back the dastardly threat, free your fellow Earthlings and SAVE THE WORLD.

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18# TransPlan - 2015

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Deliver a payload from point A to point B with only a few simple tools and the laws of physics. Create ramps and catapults, watch objects tumble and fall, and someway... somehow reach the destination. Each project is a hand-drawn puzzle for you to interact with -- Devise a plan, experiment, and make it happen!

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21# Still Time - 2017

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Screenshot of the video game Still Time
Screenshot of the video game Still Time

Platforms, boxes, sensors, lasers... all the puzzle games you are familiar with will suddenly feel new and challenging when coupled with time travel. - Over 40 levels to challenge your understanding of time - A novel game mechanic that allows you to bend the rules of physics - A unique aesthetics that beautifully blends pixel arts with 3D elements - A mind bending story that spawns over time and space Online features require an account and are subject to terms of service and applicable privacy policy (playstationnetwork.com/terms-of-service & playstationnetwork.com/privacy-policy).

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22# BOOR - 2017

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BOOR is a 2D puzzle-platformer game, where you play as a girl with the ability to multiply herself, stranded on Eden, a beautiful but strange world, full of challenging puzzles with platforming elements and a refreshing gameplay.

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23# GIGA WRECKER - 2017

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Screenshot of the video game GIGA WRECKER
Screenshot of the video game GIGA WRECKER

GIGA WRECKER is a 2D action adventure game where you play as Reika, a girl who has the ability to manipulate debris and explore a world invaded by an army of evil robots. Experience and enjoy unique action, attractive characters and dramatic story.

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24# IN-VERT - 2017

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Screenshot of the video game IN-VERT

This is a short hardcore enthralling puzzle-platform game about a lonely robot, which tries to find his master. To go all the way you'll have to look for the master in two dimensions at the same time. Parallel world module will help to overcome any obstacles!

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