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To really enjoy gaming, you don’t really need absolutely awesome 3D graphics. In fact, even a simple crayon drawing can make for a very interesting and addicting game. Crayon Physics is a mind bending puzzle game that will definitely get you hooked and often scratching your head on what to do next.

Don’t be fooled by the super simple graphics since the game can easily get complicated and difficult in no time. It’s a fun game to try out especially if you love a good challenge.

The main objective of the game is to hit the star using the ball. The ball and star for each level will be set at a fixed point and all players have to do is come up with objects that will influence the movement of the ball so that it reaches the star.

Crayon Physics Deluxe from Petri Purho on Vimeo.

The game is challenging since players will need to think about physics and gravity. For this version of Crayon Physics, players are limited to creating only square objects.  Players can use the objects to influence the movement of the ball so that it reaches the star. Crayon Physics involves a lot of creative thinking since players need to come up with the right shape and placement in order to move the ball accordingly.

Controls for the game are simple. It’s up to the player to use the regular mouse for creating objects or a Wacom pen will do great as well. Players can also delete objects if they find out that it simply won’t work.

Overall, the game is definitely a unique way to spend some extra time. For those looking for a more complete version with extra levels and plenty more allowable shapes, there is Crayon Physics Deluxe available for purchase. It does have a free demo as well if you are interested.

Related Links:

Crayon Physics on Wikipedia
Crayon Physics on Great Games Experiment
Crayon Physics on Cnet
Crayon Physics on Kloonigames Blog