LittleBigPlanet and Banjo Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts are the big user created content-focused games that everyone's talking about, but Line Rider got there first.
Physics geeks and people with very few friends have been addicted to the simple PC flash game for years, in which you draw an obstacle course on a blank sheet and set a little man in a physics-controlled loose to slide down it.
This is the first version of the expanded sequel, Live Rider 2: Unbound, heading to Wii, PC and DS this summer. It looks great, if you like this sort of thing. Oh, and there are new screens for PC, Wii and DS, too. Here's a freebie from the PC version:
May 14, 2008