Falling Sand: Sandspiel
Falling Sand also known as Sandspiel is a pixelated physics simulation-sandbox video game where you can paint with elements, conduct experiments and build your own world!
A falling sand game type of particle simulation video game. This allows the players to place particles of different elements on a “canvas”. The particles can interact with other particles in various ways and may be affected by gravity, in some games.
“Imagine the cool phenomenon when the wind blows the falling leaves. This game simulates the phenomenon with powder (dots)!” -DAN-BALL
Build whatever you want. Your imagination is the only limit. Browser what other people have created and add your own creation to share with the world.
Elements include Ice, Water, Sand, Lava, Fire, Oil, Plant, Fungus, mite, acid, seed, dust, rocket, wall, stone, gas, wood, and cloner.
Sinks in water
Puts out fire
Forms arches, folds under pressure
Freezes Water, slippery!
Copies the first element it touches
Eats wood and plant, but loves dust! Slides on ice
Sturdy, but biodegradable
Thrives in wet enviroments
Spreads over everything
Grows in sand
Flammable and heavy
Corrodes other elements
Pretty, but dangerously explosive
Explodes into copies of the first element it touches
Inspired by classic falling sand games such as the powder game.
Developed by maxbittker.