As far as physics simulators go, Bad Piggies is a wonderfully simple pick up and play title that anyone can enjoy. But being able to build huge mega-machines means we need to be able to observe their inner workings in fine detail. It is after all immensely fun to observe in close detail, how components and subsystems behave as they creak and groan in unison on their way towards the wildly entertaining nirvana of “epig failure“, where everything splits apart in a glorious fountain of gratuitous mayhem. Just check out this video here!
Some say that these slow-mo videos are “way too slow”, but true Pigineers desire to study the physical interactions between mind and matter in such great detail (and maybe calculate shear stresses and bending moments too), that one well built machine could keep them occupied for hours. Not that there’s anything else to do on Piggy Island besides eat and sleep anyway!