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I bought this game from Humble Bundle and I let my eight years old niece to play it for a while. However, she drew a lot of ugly-looking stuff on the stage selection area (inside the first island).

I tried to clear it with the right mouse button, but it deleted the drawing that came with the game too :-( I also tried to start a new game, but that area remained painted with my niece's drawings.

How can I clear the stage selection area while restoring the original paintings that were there when I first installed the game?

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I finally found a solution. I found another folder used by the game and deleted it, that cleared the stage selection area. The folder I had to delete is (I'm using Windows 7 64 bits):

C:\Users\<<My Username>>\AppData\Roaming\Crayon Physics Deluxe

Now I have a clear stage selection area again!

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You can press Escape to bring up the menu and click "Clear Map" in it.

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Nah you're screwed. You need to uninstall the game and every folders from it and re-install. I know it's a pain .... it happened to me :S

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I installed it via Steam, and I tried reinstall it and delete the folder inside My Documents but it did not work :-( – RedDragon23 Aug 2 '11 at 3:16
@Weslei you should check if Steam uses cloud storage as well – Zommuter Aug 2 '11 at 5:02
@Weslei You can uninstall through Steam as well. Right-click the game in your library and choose "Delete local content...". Once that's done, download the game again to reinstall. – Adam Lear Aug 2 '11 at 5:26
@Anna I did that and it did not reset the drawings. – RedDragon23 Aug 2 '11 at 12:27

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