Rovio, often known as simply the “Angry Birds studio,” has released its latest title on Android and iOS: Amazing Alex. The game revolves around a collection of 100 Rube Goldberg puzzles, leveraging the company’s experience with physics games. Amazing Alex also includes a level editor, allowing players to create their own puzzles with the same 35 fully interactive objects used in the main game.
The first game from Rovio not part of the Angry Birds franchise, Amazing Alex is actually based on Casey’s Contraptions, which Rovio acquired the rights to earlier this year. It’s not, however, a simple re-release. Rovio has made a number of tweaks and improvements to the game in the time since the IP was brought into the fold.
Amazing Alex is currently available on Android and iOS, but Rovio plans to release it on Windows Phone, PC, and Mac post-launch. The Android version of the game is split into three versions (trial, premium and HD) on both Google Play and the Amazon Appstore for Android.