Accidental Rebel writes: "One of my favorite past times when I was a kid was playing a game which I call "Adbenture". Basically, I'd choose a protagonist from my roster of toys and have that guy set on a journey around my room.
I'd set up obstacles for my protagonist to traverse using different stuff; stacked VHS video tapes become castles or fortresses, chairs for mountains, the under of my bed as catacombs and so on. I'd have him fight monsters played out by other toys (who weren't able to get the main role). I'd have him scale shelves and cabinets while defying the laws of physics. Just with the use of ordinary stuff, added with a little imagination, I was able to turn my room into my very own little big planet.
Years have passed and I have already outgrown playing the game in favor of more mature games. But even with all the complexity and the features new games offer today, nothing beats a good game that lets you use your creativity.
Lucky for us, the guys over at Media Molecule is currently cooking something sweet for our stagnating creative side. A game which they call "Little Big Planet"."