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Newton for Osmo


Guide falling on‑screen balls into targeted zones with the most creative doodle you can think of!




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Ages: 5-11 Years

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The aim of the game is to guide balls that fall from the top of the screen to target areas on-screen. However, you can do this using lines, scribbles, doodles or by placing physical objects anywhere in the physical play area in front of the iPad. The iPad stands in the Osmo holder and the clever Osmo gizmo can see what’s happening in the play area in front of the stand.
Use a pen and paper in the real-world play area. Any line you draw on the paper will appear on-screen and the balls will bounce of this (obeying the rules of physics in terms of angles etc – as far as we can tell). Physical objects (like the pen itself or even your hand) work in the same way, you will see them on screen and the balls will bounce off them.
As you progress through the levels there are more targets to reach with the balls and you are encourage to think of more and more creative ways to get there.

What our experts think


What our testers said

“So you draw on a piece of paper and that makes lines on the screen” – Girl aged 8

“I am going to make a funnel and they will just go into the target, watch!” – Boy aged 11

“Oh my hand is made out of lines on the screen too. I can use it to hit the balls too” – Boy aged 9

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