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Apr 7, 2008 | 10:11 AM EDT

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Yet another Crayon Physics clone.

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Dont forget to check out pitbulljones page here in newgrounds, he made the music, he´s awesome!!!

Video Walkthroughs on youtube.

The shapes that you draw are affected by gravity, friction and inertia. Use these properties in your advantage.

The red ball (or red square in some levels), is the object that collects the flags.
Draw the objects in such a way that they push the ball in the desired direction.
Use the mouse to draw an object.
You cannot draw inside other objects.
Draw a circle by holding the left mouse button.

You can use pins and hinges to link two objects together.
Hold S and click inside an object to draw a pin. Draw a second object on top of the pin to link the two object together.
Hold D to draw a hinge. It works the same as with a pin, except that now the two objects can rotate with respect to each other.

To erase a single object hold down A as you left click a shape.
Press space to restart the level.



Rated 5 / 5 stars




Rated 5 / 5 stars

Love this game!

I absolutely love this game. It is so hard for me because I suck at drawing the figures. I think it's a great idea for people to learn about physics in a fun way since most people hate science. Just a great idea!!!!!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Love it, It almost reminds me of LittleBigPlanet.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very cool!

I was very impressed with the physics engine.. I have some SLIGHT experience in trying to recreate a gravity system in flash. Just for that I gave it a 10. I loved the whole scribbly look to the whole thing, one thing that might be cool, is to make the objects less "solid" by giving them the same line-type as.... say.... the ball (I love that pencil-like effect).
I might have an idea for an addition (if you ever plan on making a sequel). Suppose you have different pencil types, for instance the default one to make objects.
Then a brush to make water, in which the objects may float... things like that, different material types with different effects.
Aaaaaanyway, I'm off!

Oh btw, I was playing this at work, and when I was done working at 5, I left my browser open to continue playing the next day. I felt so smart! S-M-R-T!

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Rated 3 / 5 stars

pretty good

a little hard