In the midst of the holiday avalanche of games, one game seems to have been overlooked. A game not hyped or advertised. A game made in a mere 7 days. Yes! 7 Days. The game is called Crayon Physics.
The game was made by Petri Purho, and was released on June 1st, 2007. The object of the game is to draw shapes to help a red ball reach a star. To truly grasp the feel of the game, one must see and/or play.
Here is a build of "Crayon Physics Deluxe". It's a add-on to the original game, which allows the user to draw a wider variety of shapes.
This simple, freeware game has captured something that most games fail to do. Create seemingly real physics. Yes, its only simple shapes, but why hasn't this logic been applied to "next gen" games? Correct me if I'm wrong, but I've yet to actually play a game that has physics that aren't in someway bugged, or stiff.
Crayon physics is a captivating game, which kept me entertained for hours. Isn't that the point of video games, to entertain? Well, this game has just as well as most of the other major AAA titles so far this year. And guess what, its free!
The reason for me writing this is to help spread the word about this amazing game, and to make people realize simple, free games can be fun. Hope you enjoy this as much as I have.
Or, the lack thereof on my part. So i made a opener what seems like months ago. I planned on filming it soon after and posting it, but I didn't like what i did so I decided Id wait and reshoot it. Well guess what? Im lazy. Between work, my band, and of course playing video games time seems to have eluded me. So, I plan on doing it soon, even though I doubt that most of you read these. Am I a procrastinator or what? Thats all, cya
ps, If i remember I'm gonna vent about how much my LE of Assassins Creed sucked! and was done broke when i looked inside.
Today is the day, the day Guitar Hero 3 comes out. Me and a few of my friends planned a Lan party last night, which moslty consisted of Gh2 untill 12 am. We went to gamestop midnight launch. It was nothing like I expected.
So, I've never been to a midnight launch before. I was expecting contests, and some free swag. But sadly they had none of that stuff. We waited outside the whole time. Finally at 12 We were let into the store. I was the third person to recieve their copy. I got the 360 version, seeing as I don't own a wii or a ps3.
Once we got back to where we were partying we immediately started off playing it. It took us only about 2 and a half hours to beat the Medium tour on Co-op. I gotta say, I'm extremely impressed with the soundtrack. Best of any Guitar hero yet. From what I;ve played so far, the game is really good. Its what you'd expect from a Guitar Hero game basically.
I'll post up a full review at the end of the week. Cya.
So, I went for my job interview today, and I got the job. I go for orientation October 1st. $8.87 an hour. Not to shabby.
I had to go for a drug screening and a long ass exam after. Becuase its in a hosptiol the process sucked even more ass. Had to get 2 shots, and have to go back 2 times in the next week for follow ups. I did pass the urine drug test though :) Almost thought I'd fail..
So, After hearing all the rave reviews about BioShock I decided to give it a try. Im just roughly 2 hours in and I'm already loving it. It has a very cinematic feel to it. I'll give my full review later this week once I've had time to finish the game.
On another note, im hoping to get a job soon, I've applied at tons of places hiring lately. I think I may also give a Video Blog a shot soon.