BinaryToys – Digital toys crawling on your desktop

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BinaryToys is a set of virtual electronic toys (interactive mini desktop creatures) designed for your own enjoyment. These “living beings” look very strange, like certain arthropods or reptiles.

BinaryToys is composed of lines, muscles and materials, and plus based on the simple principles of physics, so all these toys show complex behaviors and amazing life characteristics.

Putting such a micro organism on your desktop, making it crawl around is also a happy thing, especially when you use the mouse to drag, drop or pull them, that would make people think of the extraterrestrial life existing in Hollywood sci-fi movies.

// Shortcut Keys //

  • T – to toggle transparency
  • S – to change size
  • M – to show toy muscles
  • U – to untangle
  • R – to reverse direction
  • SPACE – to pause/restart toy movement

// Tips //

Right click the toy to open options (includes switching other toys).

// Download URLs //

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