Crayon Physics Deluxe Preview

I made a New Year’s resolution to update this blog more often and with more meaningful posts. Ironically this blog posts marks a very special occasion, it’s been 18 days since my last blog post which is officially the longest I’ve gone without updating this blog. So I’m off to a flying start this year :)

Anyhow, I wanted to point out that John Walker over at Eurogamer wrote a preview of Crayon Physics Deluxe. Here’s my favorite quote from the article:

Most of all, even playing this in-progress build, what’s clear is quite how lovely Crayon Physics Deluxe is going to be. It’s a warm, cuddly experience, but also a fantastically well-designed one. The puzzles start off simple, and introduce new concepts matching the difficulty curve.

Sweet.

219 Responses to “Crayon Physics Deluxe Preview”

  1. admin Says:

    Eurogamer also wrote an nice assembly about all the IGF finalists. You can read it here: http://www.eurogamer.net/article.php?article_id=91512

  2. Phreadom Says:

    I just wanted to be sure to thank you for the available preview and let you know that I still check back here periodically to make sure I didn’t miss the notification e-mail. 🙂

    I wait with bated breath for the Deluxe release!

    Thanks a million for all the great fun.

  3. Final Remix Says:

    I can’t wait for this to be released.

    I’ve been playing the Crayon Physics prototype almost daily since i got it. I’ve also got a small ported version of your physics engine on the DS to play around with. I’ll keep checking back if you keep up the great work!

  4. red_forman Says:

    I’ve had a change to play Crayon Physics on the iPhone. It was fun but a little bit bugy.

  5. v.dog Says:

    It’s certainly looking impressive. The last Eurogamer screenshot has given me an idea- I can’t wait to try making my own trebuchet.

  6. stu Says:

    you wont release crayon physics deluxe, whats the bet you sell it instead, tight ass!!

  7. junker Says:

    I can’t wait for this. It’s extremely innovative and when I first saw the video I thought it was a DS game from a major company. Also I recommended the demo to my physics teacher and it was pretty cool playing it on the touch screen board.

  8. Wow Says:

    Wow, I have to say you are amazing. I found your game through a tablet pc forum, and god do i think its incredible. I’m quite amzed at how far technology has gone. I bet by physics prof would love this! Keep doing what your doing, I’ll definitely be checking back here again to see what your working on.

  9. byblo Says:

    I can’t wait !
    Here are some video about new maps that I’m doing in crayon physics :

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w2ac187Qdqw
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CtnDuYb8404

    Hope you all will like it.

  10. byblo Says:

    The third one : )
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEofXRz42VU

  11. jr12866 Says:

    Great game. I love it and wait patiently for the Deluxe version to arrive.

    You really are a talented programmer. Being a programmer myself, I can say that it takes a dedicated person to come up with games like these. I think, however, that you have really hit on something with Crayon Physics. It is really addicting.

  12. matt Says:

    Best one yet:
    http://youtube.com/watch?v=eBGIQ7ZuuiU

    Can’t wait for release!

  13. erwan Says:

    Is there any Linux port planned ? It seems to be developped on SDL, a multiplateform game would be so coooooool. I love the idea, makes me thinking about “The Incredible Machine”.

    Excellent ! (hope to see it in linux)

  14. Anthony Says:

    Any way to download this in progress one?

  15. Bleh Says:

    There’s a complete rip-off of crayon physics out there, called marker world now =\

  16. zzzdude Says:

    no, it is not a “Rip-Off”, because I believe marker world credits crayon physics as inspiration.
    As well as pocket physics, chalk physics, scribble, and several other games similar, they are nice to say they didnt come up with the idea.

  17. Lynx Says:

    your game is great, good luck for the IFG competition.

    ton jeu est super, bonne chance pour le concours IFG.

    http://funnyquizz.free.fr

  18. papamook Says:

    looks like you may have some competition Petri!
    http://www.collegehumor.com/video:1803195

  19. Tim Says:

    Looking good. The CP dlx game. Congrats on the win!

  20. Roar, DK Says:

    Congratulations! I just saw crayon p for the first time this evening (The award was mentioned in a danish newspaper ;-). It’s very cool. Refreshing with a total new gameplay. It reminds me of “the good old days” in the beginning of the 90’s, when I tossed around with some assemble-coding, trying to make a little simple playable thing.

    Greetings, Roar, DK

  21. Bryan Says:

    *** PLEASE *** make a Mac version of this game. I know it might take a bit of work, but this game looks too cool to be single platform.

  22. weylin Says:

    FYI theres a program out there similar to this, its called “Phun” a 2D physics simulation.

    Its more of a sandbox than a puzzle game however, and doesnt have the warm atmosphere of this game 🙂

  23. jay Says:

    I can’t even put to words how innovative that game was. You are really something else. Thanks for what you’ve done. And thanks for the free entertainment.