Paint By Numbers

Paint By Numbers

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Painting has never been easier, or more fun! No need to worry about what color to choose, just relax and enjoy! Choose from a variety of images, florals, mandalas, animals and more! Paint just by following the numbers and watch the pictures come to life before you. Rediscover the joy of painting!

  • 100+ amazing pictures
  • Fill area Tool
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  • OS: 10.14/10.13/10.12/10.11/10.10/10.9/10.8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • Hard Drive: 63 MB

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Paint By Numbers is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I THOUGHT I WAS A PIXEL PAINT BY NUMBER KINDA GAL BUT THESE PICTURES ARE WAY COOLER! I just finished playing Pixel Art 5 and I just didn't like the blah colors all the images seemed to have. Immediately, I downloaded this game because the pictures shown on the Big Fish synopsis looked so colorful. This is exactly what I was hoping to find, paint by numbers with bright, vivid happy colors, and it's by the same developer! Looks like my Pixel Art Zen-Train just took a permanent detour! The only difference between the 2 versions is that with this game, you fill in sections instead of individual pixels. I think this series has a few adjustments to make, the numbers can be difficult to see (however, if you scan the mouse over a section it will show that particular number above the cursor and it's large enough for anyone to see easily) and some sections are so small that you can't spot them easily. It's hard to see the "gray shade" that appears for each number you have selected (an easy fix actually, allow the player to choose from a color scale chart, a bright pink, orange or any contrasting color would be easier to spot than dark gray in my opinion) but then again, for me, it was kind of like a treasure hunt challenge, a paint by number hidden object scene lol. There's not a whole lot to have to figure out, it's about as uncomplicated and basic as it gets. Paint By Numbers is a computer version of Oil or Colored Pencil Paint by Numbers, and actually closer to the real thing than Pixel Art is. Each area has a number and you simply chose the corresponding color bubble from the palette (also numbered) on the right side, left-click to fill in all the numbers with the correct color. There is a Slider Bar that allows you to zoom in & out (there's a "fit" tab as well) you can also move the entire page around by right-clicking and dragging. There is also a slider bar that allows you to change the color of the background, but it really only allows you to change the colors in shades of grey or black. It would make more sense to have an entire color scale available on a paint by numbers game though, wouldn't it? I would love to see a "texture" feature added that would mimic different paint variations as well. Keep an open mind, it isn't supposed to be a brain-burner kind of game. It's a very basic and rudimentary game that's just supposed to take you out of the hectic zone for a bit. If you love bright colors and abstract images, this series is sure to please. (yes, it's a series, hopefully, BF will catch up with the T1 releases)
Date published: 2019-10-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Stained Glass/Paint By Numbers I'm still enjoying the differences between Pixel Art & Paint By Numbers by this developer. Yes, this is different from the Pixel Art series. This is a Paint By Numbers as on a canvas or a Stained Glass crafting kit where a person can only apply paint w/in the soldered areas. This a a change of pace from Pixel Art & they have a "Hint" button if needed. As w/any game, give it a try as you just might like it. One size does not fit all. lol
Date published: 2019-10-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Restrictive game with some ugly images I was hoping for an interface that allowed the player more scope and challenge. The color set for each image is locked in and you can't change them to suit your own tastes. Some of the images and color combinations are just plain ugly. Many of the color sets contain color gradients that are practically indistinguishable from each other, so you have to do sweep after sweep that look exactly the same. Also, most of the images contain very tiny spaces to fill in - some no larger than a half dozen pixels - which require you to zoom in at maximum magnification before you can even see them. No way to auto-fill, no way to gradiate color, no creative tools at all. And not a very large set of images. The background music cuts out to static in the 3rd or 4th theme. I had to shut it off. All in all, I didn't think it was worth the money.
Date published: 2019-10-28
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Lacking the cool features of Pixel Art 2 Review based on demo. I really enjoyed a similar game, Pixel Art 2, and thought this game might be similar. Unfortunately, it lacks two of the features that make Pixel Art 2 enjoyable (the ability to drag to paint and the double-click power-up to fill large areas at once). This game is just clicking on spaces, whereas Pixel Art 2 required some thought and planning as to when to use the double-click feature (since it takes time to refill that "power-up") and also the challenge of click/drag and accidentally filling the wrong colors. Those features made Pixel Art 2 challenging (if you wanted it to be) and requiring enough thought along with the relaxation of filling the picture to make the game enjoyable for me. This game, unfortunately, without those features, was boring for me.
Date published: 2019-10-15
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