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Published on September 19th, 2013 | by James Maxwell


Creepy Physics Puzzle Game Incredipede Slinks onto Google Play

Incredipede is a unique puzzle game that started out its life on PC, but has luckily just become available on mobile devices. Incredipede is a bit of a hard game to describe, but to me it sort of comes across as a mixture of World of Goo and the construction-physics game Apparatus. However, Incredipede is so much more than that, and the best way to really understand it is to play it yourself. just know that you’re going to have to be creative and think outside of the box if you want to be successful with it.

The puzzles in Incredipede are solved by adding new limbs to your own little incredipede named ‘Quozzle’. Quozzle is a small eyeball monster that has the strange ability to sprout new limbs and muscles (with a little help from you); and this is where your creative thinking skills are going to come into play. By adding additional legs, arms, and other body parts you will create your own unique monster that will be used to solve the game’s wide variety of crazy puzzles. Maybe you have to swing through the trees, climb up a sheer cliff, or dance across a river of lava; each situation requires its own creepy creation for you to delve deeper into the game. Without a doubt there will be some trial and error involved in getting your Quozzle just right, and that is part of what makes Incredipede such a joy to play.

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  • Make and control a staggering array of creatures
  • 120 levels in three beautifully crafted worlds
  • Send your creatures to your friends to try to control
  • Use the Level Editor to create your own puzzles
  • Immersive ambient soundscape


Without a doubt Incredipede is one of the most unique (and bizarre!) games you will find available for mobile devices today. It is currently priced at $3.99 on Google Play, which some gamers might find a bit steep, but keep in mind that you’re getting all of the content that is found in the PC version of the game. The PC version sells for $10, so in essence you’re getting the same game for 60% off, which is one heck of a deal. The sheer amount of content and unique design make Incredipede a game that should be tried by all mobile gamers.


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