Drawing has always been a nice way to pass time, whether it's for art or simple doodling during a dull class. Now games are taking that doodling boredom and channeling it into games that everyone, even your decrepit granny, can play. So to help advance your drawing prowess I present to you Draw a Line, an addictively cute physics puzzle game by Fun Instinct that allows for quite a bit of innovation. Just hold down the left mouse button to draw a line around the faces, and then hit "Go" to see if your walls and paths meet the needs of each little person without touching one of them or itself. There are the happy faces that want somewhere nice to sit and can also collect bonus stars, angry faces that want to get off the screen at all cost, and sad faces that desperately want a fellow sad friend to be next to them. (Misery loves company.) It may start off simple, but soon you'll have gravity and bubbles to contend with in your quest to please everyone.
The only negative thing I can possibly think to say is that there are no unicorns in this game. All kidding aside, something I found frustrating about the game was the need to collect twenty-four stars in order to unlock the hard levels. Still, this is a minor squabble since collecting stars isn't difficult, it merely requires more creativity with your line drawing. Draw a Line is the perfect way to cure the doodle craving in all of us, as well as add some cheer with all the smiles.