Rovio Entertainment says the physics-based game along the lines of "Angry Birds" features Rube Goldberg-type contraptions made from items like balloons, soccer balls, scissors and buckets.
The latest game "has an educational element and centers on the main character Alex, a curious young boy who loves to build things," Rovio Chief Executive Officer Mikael Hed said.
"Amazing Alex" is a rebranding of "Casey's Contraptions," which Rovio bought from independent game developers Noel Llopis and Miguel A. Friginal this month, Mashable reported Monday.
Rovio announced the 1 billionth download of "Angry Birds" last week, and said it is working on a movie, TV show and theme park based on the game.
"Amazing Alex" is expected to be released within the next two months.
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