Crayon Physics Deluxe

FAQ

What are the system requirements of the game

Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7:
1 GHZ or faster CPU,
512 MB or more RAM,
3D card with 128 MB of texture memory

When in doubt, you can try the demo to see if it runs on your system.

Is there a Mac / Linux port

Yes there is. If you've bought the game from this site you can download the Mac / Linux ports for free.

I bought the game but I didn’t get my download link

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Reviews...

Crayon Physics Deluxe Review (PC) | UGO.com

The concept of risk/reward-based play is absent here; creativity proves to be its own reward. I challenge any one of you not to bellow (or squeal, if that's more your thing) with glee after constructing a particularly elaborate solve out of crayon lines and curves. That's really the game's greatest triumph, allowing players to dictate the course of play using a simple yet powerful set of creation tools.

Score: A-

Tech Olive | Review: Crayon Physics Deluxe

Many would have overlooked this game, marked it as just a simple, casual game for the casual gamers in the world. The truth is that this game is for anyone. It's as complex and intelligent as you want to make it. Most of the levels can be beaten within a few minutes after you get the grasp of the situation and get the right angle. However, if you want to spend an hour or more building some Rube Goldberg-type contraption to get to the objective, then that is what you can do. I'm sure there are many people that just don't understand the point of that.

Score: 9 / 10

Review: Crayon Physics brings out inner (physics-loving) child | ars technica

What makes Crayon Physics so entertaining is that there are a number of different ways to solve each level, thanks to the fact that no one is going to draw the same things in exactly the same way. It requires players to be creative and solve each puzzle through whatever means they can conceive, as opposed to only having one convoluted method as the only solution.

Verdict: Buy

Crayon Physics Deluxe; The Review | The Reticule

Crayon Physics works the same way; the obvious route is the least rewarding. It's just the route to take if you want to complete the level. Instead, if you decide you're rather create a triple pulley system that allows you to erect an elevated bridge throughout the level, allowing you to glide down it to the star, you'll be grinning with satisfaction as it all comes to fruition.

Verdict: An excellent game. Buy it.

Crayon Physics Deluxe: Drawing Up Something New | Technologizer

In any case, don't let my musings on endless possibility give you the wrong impression; Crayon Physics Deluxe is a must-play. It's the kind of game I get excited about, because the concept is just so much cooler than the stuff we see every day in gaming.

Wot I Think: Crayon Physics Deluxe | Rock, Paper, Shotgun

How about this: Rock, Paper, Shotgun called Crayon Physics Deluxe "Magical", and said that it was "the first work of independent gaming genius in 2009." Something like that.

Crayon Physics Deluxe Review | Eurogamer

Having your drawings come to life is just wonderful, and when you choose to do something inventive and imaginative, you’ll have a fantastic time.

Score: 7 / 10

Destructoid Review: Crayon Physics Deluxe

Crayon Physics Deluxe is a game full of charm and imagination (you can doodle on the world map!) the likes of which you’ve never, ever seen before.

Score: 8.5 / 10

SavyGamer: Crayon Physics Deluxe, PC - Review

It looks, feels and sounds like something a 5 year old digipen graduate might come up with, and that is entirely meant as a compliment.

Crayon Physics Deluxe | Binary Joy

All in all Crayon Physics is a lovingly put together example of what indie gaming is all about and I would recommend it to pretty much anyone.

Score: 4 / 5

Game reviewer: Crayon Physics Deluxe

This game has endless replayability due to, 1: Endless ways to beat each level, 2: Create your own levels and upload them online, and 3: Download user levels to play for yourself.

Score: 10 / 10

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