Monday, April 7, 2008
Crayon Physics Comes To A Browser Near You!
It looks simple:
A child's crayon scribblings on a piece of graph paper.
The goal sounds simple:
You play the game by moving the red ball so that it collects the floating stars. You can cause the red ball to move by drawing physical objects, like ramps, or shapes, like squares. You draw with the left mouse button and erase with the right mouse button.
Even the game engine sounds simple:
It was created with C , and SDL.
But Crayon Physics has taken the gaming world by storm.
Now, you don't even have to download the game to enjoy it.
Online Crayon Physics is Flash version of this sleeper indie game hit, and still totally addictive. For us homebrew-running-capable DS owners there's also Pocket Physics. Still in beta and a little buggy though.