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For those of you who might be interested in this book, I posted my review of this book on my new blog. I just started this blog last week to document my very own classical education journey. 🙂  Head on over and check out my new reading blog – A Well-Read Mind.

Imagine drawing a picture with a crayon and having the objects follow the laws of physics. Imagine no more, download Crayon Physics now! Watch their way cool video to get hooked… For their 1st birthday sale, you can pay what you want. Pay as little as 1 cent or all the way up to the full price of $19.95 (which I consider a bargain anyway). I donated a few bucks immediately, got the download link and started playing away!

Crayon Physics Deluxe from Petri Purho on Vimeo.

Here’s their first game puzzle. It tells you to draw a box. Here I am drawing it (with my mouse). It looks just like an old folded-up piece of paper and crayon drawings. 🙂

 

As soon as you’re done drawing, the laws of physics take over! Gravity makes the box fall, which bumps the ball to your star.

There are over 70 puzzles to solve, or you can go in Level Editor mode.

Here’s a more advanced video:

Crayon Physics – Castle Challenge from Highway6 on Vimeo.

Download it today, the birthday sale only lasts a few more days and ends January 15, 2010.

Now, off to install this on our family computer, which has a huge touch-screen monitor!

Another cool physics computer game we have (but haven’t really played yet) is World of Goo, coincidentally, first started the “Pay what you want” promotion on their birthday. I will have Satori play that and then come back to review it (and say whether a 5 year old girl can figure out the puzzles).