Pocket Physics While the DS is admittedly short on computing power compared to its competitors, never let it be said that the handheld lacks in innovation. Or its homebrew developers for that matter, as we report on this latest project by coder 0xtob.
Dubbed Pocket Physics, this homebrew brings to life whatever you draw on the touchscreen, animating them according to the shape or characteristics you've set into your doodles. Imagine a DS version of The Incredible Machines, or maybe the PSP's Echochrome, and you're on the right track.
0xtob further notes that the Pocket Physics is actually based on the Crayon Physics game originally created by Petri Purho. On a parting note, players will be happy to know that Pocket Physics will also work with the DS Motion card, which is used to control gravity. Enjoy the download, be sure to view the file readme, and to visit 0xtob to offer your feedback!
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