Crayon Physics Deluxe

Crayon Physics Deluxe

Draw the solution to these physics challenges

Crayon Physics Deluxe is the full-featured version of Crayon Physics, a fun gaming concept created in five days by an independent games programmer. View full description

PROS

  • Much better than the previous version
  • Very original graphics and gameplay
  • Includes level editor

CONS

  • Demo is too easy

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Crayon Physics Deluxe is the full-featured version of Crayon Physics, a fun gaming concept created in five days by an independent games programmer.

Just like the previous basic version, Crayon Physics Deluxe is a radically original game, in the sense that it doesn't demand you to complete action-packed missions during World War II or frantic races along worldwide tracks. Your aim is simply to move a red ball towards a star and collect it by drawing geometrical shapes that push the ball.

Yes, I know it sounds silly, but I assure you Crayon Physics Deluxe is not as easy as it sounds. The ball and all shapes that you draw with the help of your mouse (which actually becomes a crayon) follow physics laws very strictly, which means that you have to calculate sizes and positions very carefully if you're to achieve your objective.

The levels included in Crayon Physics Deluxe get more difficult and challenge you with new obstacles as you progress through the game, which will keep you hooked for ages. Levels are classified into several different groups (according to difficulty and type of challenge), which you can easily browse in an map.

And if you finish all the 70 levels in the complete version, don't worry: you can create your own with the built-in level editor.

Crayon Physics features a simple idea, an original design and a challenging collection of levels for you to beat up. Have fun!

Crayon Physics Deluxe

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Crayon Physics Deluxe

— User reviews — about Crayon Physics Deluxe

  • abhaya.gupta.7

    by abhaya.gupta.7

    "Just superb man !!!"

    Marvelous, superb game for kids as well as grown ups. Although there are only 7 levels in the game still I don't feel bo... More.

    reviewed on September 11, 2013