"Games like Line Rider, Spore, Boom Blox and LittleBigPlanet have the same "construction set" philosophy, where the "game" that's provided is also a set of creative tools. With its video editing capabilities, even Grand Theft Auto IV's PC release is part of the trend. In the case of Crayon Physics, the base game isn't as fun as the others. To really enjoy it, you'll have to put in some time and creativity to build a solution worthy of sharing on YouTube. If that sounds like fun, then this game is for you. If not, you'll be better off with something more structured."