Monday, January 26, 2009

CRAYON PHYSICS SEQUEL SHOWS MORE PROMISE


Crayon Physics, a video game something like a childhood daydream come to life, has gooten its eagerly awaited sequel.

The simplicity of the Crayon Physics Deluxe is reminiscent of Tetris and other abstract mass-appeal games.

Using a virtual crayon, the player mus guide a ball to a target, typically on the other side of some obstacles. The shapes the player draws behave like real-life objects, tumbling to the bottom of the screen and hopefully pushing the ball towards its goal.

There is more than one way to solve most of the levels, increasing the game's replay value. When players are tired of the puzzles that come with the game, they can use its intuitive "level editor" to create and even share their own.

Crayon Physiscs Deluxe builds on its predecessor with several new features, including pins that can be used to anchor swinging hammers and other items, and ropes for pulling objects.

A free demo version of the game is available for download for Windows users from crayonphysics.com. The full version, with more features and over 70 levels, is available for US$19.95 (RM70).


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