Following the example set by the very successful pay-what-you-want World of Goo sale
, Crayon Physics Deluxe
creator has dropped the price of his physics puzzle game to the low, low, price of whatever
. To celebrate his birthday, Kloonigames' Petri Purho has instituted a "pay what you want" sale through January 15.
It's up to you, then, whether you
follow the example of the guy who paid $150 for World of Goo
, or of the jerks who paid a penny. We might suggest that paying a penny for the game that he worked on for years is a pretty crummy birthday present to give Purho. Try the demo
first -- it's actually free.