iPad Crayon Physics - Coming Soon to iPhone

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  1. nizy

    nizy Well-Known Member

    #1 nizy, Dec 24, 2008
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  2. rootbeersoup

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    #2 rootbeersoup, Dec 24, 2008
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    So will Touch Physics be removed? It is a pretty blatant copy



    Also, Hudson is a very underrated dev IMO
     
  3. sjleworthy

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  4. Oliver

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    This looks like Touch Physics. 100%. Which one had this idea at first? :)

    Regardless of the timing issue, the game is from Hudson. And I have some problems with games of Hudson. I can see that they learn from their previous games and that they get better with time, but the only usable game of Hudson was Puzzloop. All other games had severe issues and Hudson showed no interest at all to fix these issues:

    NeoSameGame seems to use 24kbit MP3 files for sound and music - you just can't stand it, it's horrible!

    Bomberman (which I normally love) uses a control scheme, which makes faster levels a pain.

    Aqua Forest is still so sluggish, that you can't play it.


    I really hope that they get this game right with the release, because regarding their older releases the only thing one can see is, that they don't fix issues.
     
  5. spmwinkel

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  6. nizy

    nizy Well-Known Member

    From what i read, Hudson is simply publishing it.
     
  7. rootbeersoup

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    Crayon Physics is the original game

    And I do have to agree about Bomberman. One of my favorite all time game series, and the controls aren't exactly optimal, although I think it's pretty good for any touchscreen device. Bpmberman games are much faster with a D-pad though

    Yeah I know, but they have made some great apps for the iPhone, and are a company that's been around for a couple decades
     
  8. madsoul

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    crayon physics was first. all the other games are based on it. it will pwn, i hope.
     
  9. D.Sync

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    The 19.95$ price tag for a game seems way too high for me. :(
     
  10. Tennisking1o1

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    Woops. I started a new thread for this today without seeing this one. Sorry arn! I'm really excited for it though
     
  11. nickels

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    Touch physics was fun for about 5 seconds. They need to fix the bugs, until then it is super easy to beat. Crayon Physics looks 100% the same, so I'll try it out before spending any money on it.
     
  12. Tennisking1o1

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    Crayon Physics is 100% better than Touch Physics. Don't let touch physics ruin your idea of Crayon Physics. Crayon Physics has hinges and pins and you can just draw lines instead of having them turn into rectangles or odd shapes automatically
     
  13. brewstermax

    brewstermax Well-Known Member

    Ok, make sure I'm getting this right. You have to pay to beta test, and then you still may still have to buy the game? Aren't the devs supposed to want people to beta test to help them? This is a dumb idea, and I won't get it because of this scheme right here. Hudson, you disappoint me. Thank goodness for ngmoco and Gameloft.
     
  14. Blueseas25

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    From what I read, your pre-order gets you the beta test and then the full game. Simply an incentive to get people to pre-order I suppose.

    In either case, $20 for a game is too much, no matter how magical the crayons may be...
     
  15. Mew2468

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    It seems like $20 is for the desktop version - at least that's what I think.
     
  16. Rocketman919

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    To all you PEOPLE who think it is going to be 20 dollars, THAT IS FOR THE DESKTOP VERSION! Also the beta thing is not a factor, that happened a long time ago. That site hasnt been updated in a while. I cant believe the amount of you that have never heard of this game! Its great.
     
  17. Mew2468

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    Thanks for clarifying - I thought it was for the desktop version!
     
  18. nizy

    nizy Well-Known Member

    YouTube Video of game in action on iPhone. Looks really good!

     
  19. nickels

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    Looks a lot better then Touch Physics. OK, now I'm sightly more excited about this one.
     
  20. idrisguitar

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    any idea whether this will have user created levels. or contantly updating with more levels.

    because touch physics was way too short.

    and if touch physics isn't by the same guy. how did they get aay with such a rip off?
     

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