TorqueL -Physics Modified Edition-

TorqueL -Physics Modified Edition- (Switch eShop)


Switch eShop
Active Gaming Media


Game Rating

User Ratings: 2

Our Review: 5/10


Number of Players
Single Player
Action, Arcade, Puzzle
Release Date

Switch eShop

  • 15th Feb 2018, $9.99
  • 15th Feb 2018, £8.99

Screenshots (5)

TorqueL -Physics Modified Edition- Screenshot
TorqueL -Physics Modified Edition- Screenshot
TorqueL -Physics Modified Edition- Screenshot
TorqueL -Physics Modified Edition- Screenshot
TorqueL -Physics Modified Edition- Screenshot


  • Review TorqueL -Physics Modified Edition- (Switch eShop)

    Boxed in

    Standing out from the crowd of games on the Switch’s eShop right now is a very challenging task indeed; countless indie developers have flocked to the console to show their support and generate sales of their games, and the digital store’s user interface doesn’t really offer much help to lost customers. On gameplay ideas alone,...

About The Game

The new TorqueL -Physics Modified Edition- has been released with updated physics following an update to the game engine, while still providing the same experience as the original TorqueL game.

TorqueL is a curiously unique 2D rotation-action game, in which you proceed by rotating or extending a box with characters inside.

Sometimes simply rotating or extending the box is not enough, and you have to find the right combination of rotatation and extension to jump or climb over obstacles.

Players progress through the game by guiding the box towards the goal in each Chamber. Some Chambers have multiple goals, and depending on which goals you reach, the game diverges into seven different paths. There also exists a secret path that can only be unlocked under certain conditions.

To clear each path you must reach the coloured goal that appears at the end. The seven basic paths and one secret path equal a total of 50 Chambers for you to brave.

The game also features original music composed by sanodg to accompany you as you play through the game. HD rumble will also allow you to feel which direction the box extends in. For best results using HD rumble, we recommend using Joy-Con controllers.