Crayon Physics – Pure, Unadulterated Fun

Crayon Physics Screenshot

I hadn’t heard of this until I saw a digg video about the Deluxe Version.

Crayon Physics is a game with a simple concept. You draw on the screen with your mouse, stylus or other pointing device and attempt to get your red circle to the stars.

I find most of the fun is in drawing in crayon on a screen and making boxes fly all over the place and explode in interesting ways.

With enough levels and interesting puzzles I think this might make a great Nintendo DS game – especially if they found out some way of taking advantage of the second screen.

The soundtrack is extremely fitting and it’s available under creative commons licence.


SANYO Marine Matsuri

Sanyo Marine Matsuri

Sometimes Japanese culture becomes somewhat of a curiosity to much of the rest of the world because of something intriguing and beatuiful, or something silly and bizarre.

This site would be an example of the latter.

SANYO’s Marine Matsuri Microsite

Even though I can understand a bit of Japanese, I can’t really be bothered to read the graphical text on this site. From what I can glean from the visuals, it’s a site with a few minigames which award you with different prizes. One prize is a set of desktop wallpapers of the scantily clad Marine Matsuri girls for example.

All in all the visuals are pretty well done and it’s pretty fun to play with. You should check it out!

A warning, their web server seems to be really slow to download from my location.