CrayonBall free download for Mac

CrayonBall for Mac2.3.1

13 January 2010

Rolling, tumbling ball puzzle game.

What is CrayonBall for Mac

Crayon Ball is an easy to pick-up puzzle game with all the fun of the original ScribBall. Players of all skill levels will enjoy the lively gameplay and fun variety of graphics as they vie to achieve ever greater scores and awards. Here are just some of the new features:
  • Three unique gameplay modes: Classic, Overflow, and Injection
  • Over a dozen unlockable themes, giving the game a completely new look
  • More special effects, more flair, more color!
  • Color blind friendly mode
  • Improved performance on older machines
  • Tracking of dozens of play statistics - see how many balls you've popped
  • More badges- and they're tracked with your high scores
  • New high quality sounds, re-recorded and remastered
  • High resolution graphics look great in HD - see the brush strokes in Monet mode!
  • Realistic physics as balls roll and tumble, using the Chipmunk Physics Library.

What's new in CrayonBall

Version 2.3.1
  • Upgraded the chipmunk physics engine used by the game to version 5.
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May 16 2008
May 16 2008
Version: 1.0
Fun little game, clean and easy to pick up and play for a few moments. Maybe it's just because I keep dying before I get high enough (73k is my highest score so far), but does something happen when you hit a certain point value? Perhaps a change in scenery? I keep waiting for something to happen. The only way I've found to get out of the High Scores view is by hitting Return, while Return or (sometimes) a click will exit the How to Play view - might want to make that more consistent. And for some reason neither Command-H nor Command-M works, yet selecting these options from the menu does.