The Butterfly Effect
|The Butterfly Effect|
|Latest release||0.9.3.1 (Announcement)|
|Release date||24 May 2016|
|The Butterfly Effect is a free game. This means that the source code is available to be studied, modified, and distributed. Most projects look for help with testing, documentation, graphics, etc., as well.|
The Butterfly Effect is a physics-based puzzle game in which you solve puzzles in a 2D environment to build complex contraptions (like Rube Goldberg did) to solve relatively simple tasks, such as helping a butterfly find its way to a flower, shooting a soccer ball into the goal, knocking off bowling pins. The game features various moving and non-moving objects, like balls, seesaws, cola-and-mentos bottles but also interactive objects such as dynamite.
As of 25 June 2019, the latest version of the game (0.9.3.1) is of “beta” quality. It is already a playable state at the moment and all levels are playable and have been tried and tested. The normal game seems relatively bug-free, but the level editor still has many problems and has missing features. The game does not come with any sound at the moment.
- 76 levels
- About 50 unique objects that interact with
- Sticky notes teach you how to play
- Level editor (which is a little buggy and not fully complete)
- No sound or music (yet)