Top
20°
9.0

UGO: Crayon Physics Deluxe review

UGO writes: "Playing Petri Purho's Crayon Physics Deluxe summons up memories of those bygone nursery school days when an entire day's activities could easily be consumed by crayons and construction paper. Each of the game's charmingly designed levels consists of a rudimentary, crayon-drawn landscape laid out on a creased sheet of thick, white paper. Your goal in each stage is to guide a little, red rolly-ball – which I've taken to calling Hero Ball – into one or more yellow stars. However, "winning" is really secondary in Crayon Physics Deluxe to the more alluring hook of its virtual box of crayons."

Read Full Story >>
gamesblog.ugo.com
The story is too old to be commented.