Crayon Physics Deluxe ( Rus. Pencil Physics ) is an indie game released by Petri Purho on January 7, 2009 . At the 2008 Independent Games Festival, the game received a Grand Prix  ($ 20,000).
|Crayon physics deluxe|
|Date of issue|
January 7, 2009
|Game designer||Petri Purho|
|Platform||Windows , iOS , Mac OS X , Linux , Android|
|Game engine||Physical Box2D Erina Catto|
|Game mode||single user|
For Windows :
|Control||touch screen computer mouse stylus|
The goal of the game is to use a ball to select a star or several stars (at later levels). The main feature of the game is that the player does not have direct control over the ball (you can only slightly push the ball to the right or left only once every few seconds), he can only draw figures in the air (using the mouse ) that interact with the ball or others objects according to the laws of physics, should help the player to achieve the goal. Thus, the game resembles at the same time jigsaw puzzles in the spirit of Marble Madness and adventure games like Okami .
Crayon Physics Deluxe welcomes creative puzzles. For interesting passage options that do not rely on brute force, but are based on elegant solutions, additional rewards are provided.
The game has more than 70 levels. Crayon Physics Deluxe also has its own level editor. Players can post user levels on a special online platform.
In 2007 and 2008, free preview versions of the game were released.
The game took third place in the Indie of the Year (2009) nomination of Igromania magazine.