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Crayon Physics Deluxe

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Crayon Physics Deluxe is a 2D physics puzzle / sandbox game, in which you get to experience what it would be like if your drawings would be magically transformed into real physical objects. Solve puzzles with your artistic vision and creative use of physics.
Key features:
  • Awesome physics
  • Over 70 levels
  • Easy to use level editor
  • Rockets, ropes and hinges
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System requirements for PC

  • Operating System: Microsoft® Windows® XP/Vista
  • Processor: 1 Ghz
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Hard Disk Space: 50 MB Available HDD Space
  • Video Card: Any 3D graphics accelerator with 128 MB of texture memory
  • Sound Card: 16-bit Sound Card
  • DirectX® Version: DirectX® 9.0c

System requirements for macOS

  • OS: OS X version Leopard 10.5.8, Snow Leopard 10.6.3, or later.
  • Processor: Intel-based processor
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: hardware support for OpenGL 1.1 or higher
  • Hard Drive: 50 MB
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Crayon Physics Deluxe reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
Creativity is required In this Game. But when drawing and also do not solve in Physics giving. You have to guide the Ball to the Star by tactical, drawing way. In the Beginning, it may still be easy ... But the further you get, the more extensive the Game becomes. So, by and large it's a very nice Game, the Price is a bit too high for my Taste, but what is the Steam sales for? But where the Creativity of the Developers in the Desgin has left off, that of the Player begins. Everyone should embark on this not quite so magical But still fascinating journey, and carry the Ball to the Star!
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Microsoft from Spain
Crayon Physics Deluxe An indie title characterized by its "drawing" mechanics. The game consists basically of making a ball grip all the stars, which are in each level, drawing lines to make bridges or create catapults. Clearly everything, always, will be made with crayons to give an even more childish aspect, although I do not think that a child who plays with crayons can finish this game without the help of their parents. The game is divided into several islands which have many levels, so even though you pass the fast level it will take you a while to complete the game by the great amount of levels that there are. It is Not a really recommended game unless you have a child and you want to entertain a good time. ----------FINAL NOTE: 6
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Microsoft from French
After I put an assessment for Transplan, I realize that I did not do it for CPD. I only played 90 minutes because it's ugly. By ugly I hear that does not make me dream, which does not push me to immersion. One appreciates or not the scribbled aspect, the coloured pencils handled by a child or not, there is not the question. What blocks me is the degree of approximation that this game swings me in the face. Because it is more dexterity to the mouse than anything else. Up to the point I reached in the game, anyway. And then, drawing a line in an awkward way to push a roughly drawn ball, it leaves me cold. Also because it is synonymous with approximations. And then you can't draw what you want, it has to be a continuous line, it's very restrictive. To find "AWESOMEST" solutions, it's cotton, if not impossible. That said, the mechanics are interesting and I have no doubt that others have a lot of fun with this game. The music is atrocious and, as for this type of puzzle game, it is very quickly annoying, repetitive, dispensable. The notation in elegance made me giggle: the day when a line of code can judge the elegance of a gesture, newborns will commonly speak the dead languages! Not for me. I cannot decently recommend it or disavol it, but forced and forced, I do not recommend it because of its price which seems to me prohibitive for what I withdraw and what seems to me to be delivered...
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