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Physics is Phun, Especially on the Playground



"Phun" is a 2D physics playground, created by Swedish graduate student Emil Ernerfeldt. It lets you create things like cars and piston engines with easy, colorful shapes. Its also free and downloadable.

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  2. Hello,I'm Sameer from India. I am developing a blog which contains stuff about physics, fun and some programming logic. I write about physics games in which I try to explain various physics concepts implemented in the game.I would be very glad if you visit my blog and give some feedbacks for the couple of posts I've written. It will surely help me to improve. My other interests are robotics,gaming and programming.Thank you.

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