Crayon is a physics based 2d puzzle game. In it you have to draw square boxes with your crayons, and use them to push your red ball to the yellow star.
Crayon is actually the most recent of Petri Puhro’s “game in 5 days” experiments and, considering how quickly it was made, it’s turned out very nicely indeed.
The game has a lovely childish feel to it with the bold colours and simple visuals working really well together – big fan of the look of the game.
I only really have two issues with the game. Firstly it’s really short, and secondly the physics aspect got lost because I was able to complete most of the levels by simply building ramps and bridges out of the boxes. This could be fixed with more creative and interactive levels, and is in itself not a huge problem considering the game was written in 5 days. Given a few more weeks tidying up it could be very nice indeed.
In fact Petri has already said that the feedback he has received has been great so he is going to tidy up and release a level editor so others can do some work on the game as well.