Games That Inspire Creativity


Games That Inspire Creativity



The game everyone started playing and now cant stop playing. Probably the biggest money maker for video game addiction centers ever. Minecraft was rightfully awarded Game of the Year for 2011 on numerous websites and a very large part of the reason for the universal accolade is in the pure joy minecraft brings to creativity, allowing players to jump into its sandbox and create virtually anything they can imagine. Minecraft fans will note that playing Minecraft has changed the way they think in real life, developing their creativity whilst entertaining them for, well, likely too many hours.


Crayon Physics Deluxe

Crayon Physics is a puzzle game designed by Petri Purho and released in 2009, a year after its predecessor, Crayon Physics, won the grand prize at the Independent Games Festival, an accolade it was well worthy of receiving, being one of the most inventive games ever. In the game, players can draw pictures that then obtain physical properties. The player must draw objects that interact with the game world in order to cause a ball to go from point A to point B. this is one of the most inventive and fun games ever.

Little Big Planet 2


Little Big Planet merges the joy of creation found in Minecraft with the joy of interacting with creative designs together to form one amazingly inspiring experience. In Little Big Planet 2 players can create all different kinds of levels that they can then share with the gaming world. Hence, with Little Big Planet 2 we have the joy of creation brought to life with the joy of interacting with those creations and finally capped off with the wonderful reward of sharing that creation with the gaming world. What more could you ask for?

Paul Harrison

Paul M Harrison is an entertainment journalist, novelist, and blogger, and a specialist in the theory of storytelling. Paul Harrison can be contacted via his personal website or on Twitter or Facebook.

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