l children wish their drawings could come to life. Crayon Physics Deluxe sets out to do just that. It’s a 2D puzzle game with a simple premise. You must move a small ball across varied landscapes.
The ball is moved by creating new objects. You use your pointer like a Crayon. You can draw anything you want. Your drawings become physical objects. Draw a ball, and it will roll downhill. Draw a car, and it will drive across the landscape.
Crayon Physics Deluxe won the Seumas McNally Grand Prize at the Independent Games Festival. You can’t play it just yet, though. The designer promises a PC version soon.
says the author of the software:
I got a chance to test the game on one of those notebook laptops. It's called Crayon Physics Deluxe and it's a sequel to a freeware game I did in June. The game's website is at http://www.kloonigames.com/crayon/