Armadillo Run

Armadillo Run is a physics-based puzzle game. You have to build structures with the purpose of getting an armadillo to a certain point in space. There is a selection of building materials, each with different properties, which can be combined to form almost anything. The realistic physics simulation gives you the freedom to solve each level in many different ways.


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Version history
 
New levels
 
Level solutions
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Manual
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External links

AR Forum      A forum that hosts competitions and discussions about Armadillo Run.

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News

Armadillo Run version 2 available for beta testing 19th August 2009
Version 2 of Armadillo Run is now available for beta testing. The physics simulation rules have been modified to fix the 'dark force' bugs, which previously allowed energy to be created from certain configurations of objects. The friction and air resistance of objects have also been modified to capture more realistic behaviour. The version 2 beta release is available to all existing customers from the download/registration link in your purchase confirmation email. You can also get to your download/registration page from here by entering your current registration code or the email address originally used to purchase Armadillo Run. If anyone has any comments about the new simulation rules please let me know so I can incorporate any changes ahead of the official release.
 
'Improve your brain' video 3rd October 2007
The VideoJug web site has made a video about improving your brain by playing video games, which features Armadillo Run and other intellect-improving games.
 
Armadillo Run book available 14th August 2007
Ben Schaeffer has written a great book about Armadillo Run called Secrets of the Armadillo Run Masters. It's a well-written and comprehensive guide to the game and includes descriptions and explanations of the advanced techniques used by competition winners.