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Crayon Physics Deluxe

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DragunovHUN 10th January 2009, 10:37 Quote
Steam release please!
SupReme 10th January 2009, 11:50 Quote
I love this game, i've played the beta and the demo, and i really like it. If i'd had 20$ spare cash....
wuyanxu 10th January 2009, 11:55 Quote
already completed.

fantastic game, but not as fun as World of Goo IMO
jezmck 10th January 2009, 12:38 Quote
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we really had to engage out brains
http://hosted.jazzle.co.uk/lol.gif
DeXtmL 10th January 2009, 12:51 Quote
Very original and creative at first sight on its alpha teaser demo.
after a long time waiting for the final version... errr, it has not met my expectation, way too easy and not that smart level design.
Lemmingzappa 10th January 2009, 15:08 Quote
So far I've found this game rather easy, because you can pretty much just draw circles all over the play which forces the ball into the star.
Faulk_Wulf 10th January 2009, 16:39 Quote
What was the name of the similar title where you typed in words and it added things like a ladder or a beaver or what not to get a star from a tree? This reminds me of that + fantastic contraption.
Stickeh 10th January 2009, 17:22 Quote
Joe<3Han in an article picture? awwwwww.
CardJoe 10th January 2009, 17:49 Quote
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Originally Posted by Stickeh
Joe<3Han in an article picture? awwwwww.

I was wondering how long it would take someone to notice that :o
Arkanrais 10th January 2009, 18:16 Quote
on a few levels, I just ended up drawing a heap of objects under my ball till it was lifted up to where it was needed. it kinda felt like cheating, and so did putting 2 pins (the little circles) down and making an (almost) unmovable platform. I realized it wasn't when I got to the last few islands.
I wonder if this game is easier with a tablet. I played through the whle game with one, but can't be bothered going back through with a mouse.
tranc3 10th January 2009, 18:47 Quote
played the demo for this a while back, i remember seeing a physics game, or program where he was on a smart board he drew a wagon or something and it rolled down the hill, wasn't a game to say but more of a program that looked really fun. Any one know what I'm talking about I'd like to find that.
WhiskeyAlpha 10th January 2009, 20:42 Quote
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Originally Posted by Joe Martin
Just the clarify; this isn’t just me being stupid either.

Really? ;)
Nuffenburger 10th January 2009, 23:59 Quote
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Originally Posted by tranc3
played the demo for this a while back, i remember seeing a physics game, or program where he was on a smart board he drew a wagon or something and it rolled down the hill, wasn't a game to say but more of a program that looked really fun. Any one know what I'm talking about I'd like to find that.

i remember seeing this on i think metacafe.
it was pretty basic though.
looked good
would look even better if you could use the smart board for this game
ashchap 14th January 2009, 00:45 Quote
completed it in a couple of hours, kinda fun but once you find out you can put a line round the ball, attach a string and weight and pull it through every level it gets a bit boring
mortadelo 16th January 2009, 09:36 Quote
Most people are disappointed because they don't strain the brain, you can stack lines under the ball to rise it and then draw a ramp to the star, or you can build a trebuchet and launch the ball to get to the star.
It's like Doom, you can shoot the BFG and kill everything around you in god mode or you can go at it with the chainsaw.
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