Eish!!: Crayon Physics - Awesomely Addictive

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Crayon Physics - Awesomely Addictive

It's been a while since I have reviewed/suggested a game of some sort. You need to beware though that should you continue to read through this post and then try out this game you will become seriously addicted and any productivity levels you may be achieving currently will diminish significantly.

Crayon Physics is a simple game that is very cleverly orchestrated. You mouse is a crayon, and you need to build shapes to to assist or propel a little red 2D ball to a star. Simple, but it's the physics that make this such a brilliant game. Gravity comes into play and your drawn objects behave as they would 'in the real world.'

The full game is still to be released but has already won an award at the Independent Games Festival late last month.

The amazing thing is, the current version was written in just 5 days. Petri Purho is from Helsinki, Finland currently studying computer science. Game development is simply a hobby!

Download the game here. And keep an eye out for the full version here.


Below is preview of what is to come in the Deluxe Version


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