Crayon Physics Deluxe on sale at pay-what-you-want price

Celebrating its first birthday, acclaimed indie game Crayon Physics Deluxe is now on sale at the price of your choosing until January 15.

Released last January, Crayon Physics Deluxe is a more complete package than its award-winning predecessor, Crayon Physics. Included in the 2009 release is a level editor, a breadth of new levels to sate your aesthetic appetite, and an improved engine, which preserves drawings rather than changing your awesome, or awful, creations into mere rectangles.

The game itself is mostly a laid-back experience, with soft, ambient music looping in the background as you (hopefully) artistically produce objects to guide a strategically-placed ball to a seemingly unattainable star. It’s a great way to flex your creative muscles as there are plenty of ways to complete each level. Whatever you choose to pay, it’s undeniably money well-spent.

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Written by Jimmy N

I'm an avid gamer who dreams of only two things: slaying the beastly Bowser in his castle, and writing about video games. You can usually catch me on Steam or PSN when I'm gaming. Currently, I'm finishing up coursework for my BA in journalism at GSU.

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  1. I bought it for three bones, and felt bad about it. I guess it is 20 regularly…

    The fates proved cruel, however, when I realized I had no idea where my Wacom tablet was. I probably lost it somehow… in a move.

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