Polygon Art 2

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Polygon Art is back with more amazing Paint-by-Number puzzles and creating beautiful art has never been easier! Avoid the hassle of picking up painting supplies - just relax, download and enjoy! Choose from a variety of fun images and follow the numbers to bring them to life!

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  • OS: Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
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Polygon Art 2 is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 8.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Fix Thank you Devs for fixing the "Click Click Click", this Polygon 2 game is so much more enjoyable than the first Polygon Art game because now you can hold the mouse\trackball button down to fill in the numbers which gives it the feel of painting\coloring the Subject's which have cool patterns and the colors are awesome. Thanks again T1games & BF...
Date published: 2021-04-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Better than the first one It's better than the first one. The difference is that we can slide the cursor and color the numbers faster. The colors are nice and bright.
Date published: 2021-05-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Love the differences in T1Games art programs I play this game on a PC with a mouse. I am glad this game, as their other art games, allow you to hold down the left mouse key and fill in all the numbered areas of the same color without lifting my finger. They got rid of the have to click each square to fill. Many have complained that they can't select different levels and have to fill out the first page entirely before moving on. This I know is done because each picture has instructions until you leave the page. Then you can select any picture you want. I would love it if the option to turn off the instructions was available. After you have played many of these games, you don't need instructions. Nothing changes. The designs in this game leave me a little bit disappointed. Some of them I can't make out what the picture is suppose to be. It might be nice if they label the picture as to what it is after you have completed the picture. The other issue I have with this game is I would like to see all the squares numbered. When I zoom in I like to finish the area I zoomed in on. If all the squares had their numbers, I can select a different color and complete that section. I dislike the idea of having to zoom in and out. One idea that I love is that when you complete a color, the next color automatically comes up. You don't have to select the next color to move on. If you want a challenge, just randomly select colors to fill them in. It is also nice that the next color is selected and it doesn't go back to the beginning if you have haven't followed the color choices. One thing I like in another developers game is that when you're done with a number the next one appears without you having to unclick the mouse. This allows you to continue painting without having to let go of the mouse to see if your finished with the current color. All in all I love these art games. They are a break from timed puzzles and you can relax doing them. The idea of painting them with polygons is unusual and makes for a change that is breathtaking. The complaints by others that they don't use enough colors is wrong as the color choices are varied and many. As each new games comes out, they adjust the suggestions and I expect this game not to be any different.
Date published: 2021-04-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fun way to waste time I enjoyed this game more than the previous as the cursor control had been improved. My favourite paint by numbers is the "Modern Art" series with the textured paint and you can choose to paint where you want to. I had no difficulties finishing the first section in the demo time (I finished in 17 minutes) and so I was able to view the remainder of the pictures. Then I could decide to redo those later (or my 5 year old could) at my leisure. But I would love to be able to turn off the helpful messages.
Date published: 2021-05-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I enjoyed this variation The first couple pictures are quite basic but they get more complex as you go and I enjoyed seeing the final outcome of my efforts. I like that a misclick had no consequences in this kind of game and I like that you can click and drag across several of the same number to "paint".
Date published: 2021-05-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from 64 Images Of Not Much! If you liked or disliked the previous Polygon Art, you'll probably feel the same about this one. This game just had no appeal to it and, for me, it is no better the second time around. Again the first level must be completed before advancing to the next ones. Again, except for the first two, the images are comprised of scads of small segments and they are terribly unappealing. Not even the array of colors can add any sort of beauty to them. I think this style of art could be interesting and fun IF the developers put more thought into the subject matter, did away with the child-like choices we see here, and gave us more than just basic single images in the middle of the screen. I might be inclined to check out the rest of the game if I thought there was something to look forward to. As it is, I have no desire to spend any time completing the first level to see what's ahead. More disappointment? There are much better color by number games and our growing collection at BFG has fine examples of them. Of course, Polygon Art is satisfying to others with this style of art and the images will provide a fun time for its fans. If the quality of subject matter isn't a big deal, like it is to me, this game will bring you hours of enjoyment with its 64 images. I realize not everyone shares the same opinion of anything, I wish mine could have prompted a higher rating from me.
Date published: 2021-04-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I WAS TOTALLY BORED BUT THE KIDDOS LOVED IT! Although some minor changes were made on this new geometrical Polygon Art game, the developer is clearly failing to see the bigger picture...it's "all about the PICTURE" and these are dreadful pictures that are so simplistic that my 5-year old grandson was the only one who enjoyed it! Who cares about filling in a single heart or a cell phone image? Why do you force players to follow levels in a demo? IF there are better pictures on the other levels wouldn't you want players to see this? The good stuff: -for the 1st time, the developer is using slightly different color hue variations which gives it somewhat of a 3 dimensional appearance. -The geometrical shapes have several advantages, it gives dimension and makes objects look like crystal, there's no need for those hideous black lines, the shapes are easier to see than most shapes in the paint by numbers games. -I loved that only the current number was visible, the next number shows up when the previous number is complete (or the number is selected on the pad-no clutter) -the cursor is smaller The bad stuff: -The images are boring -The polygon shapes are huge which makes the images super easy and the levels are over in a snap. -Did I mention the picture selection is dreadful? -Did I mention I can only choose pictures within the current level -This is an Art game, why are all the pictures of a single item, why can't the background be involved as well? -I appreciate that you have finally added color hue variations, but just about any modern running computer can easily identify 16,777,216 different colors...take advantage of at least SOME of them! -Why do so many of the pictures involve fruit? Let's compromise, I'll eat fruit while playing, how about nature and animals for the pictures, preferably the ones I don't eat? -Why can't I have more than one cursor option? (I don't eat those ;) I don't actually see a bright side with this particular version. It may be time to call it quits on this series (Polygon Art) Please join us at my new forum, thewoodsforum.boards.net
Date published: 2021-05-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Good for children T1Games, what were you thinking? Maybe you weren't. In the hour trial period I finished slightly over 20 pictures. I did the first two levels then skipped around. That's slightly over a quarter of the game. So, for the price of the game you get 4.5 to possibly 6 hours of playtime. Not much bang for the buck. I rather liked most of the pictures; some were complicated and some very simple. You just have to enjoy swishing your cursor over all the the numbered triangles, because that's all there is. Why only the number of the color you're on shows up I have no idea. Rather stupid really. I'm sure there are others out there that like to color the big areas first or like to color a certain area, such as a corner, like I do. Not possible with this, as there are no numbers except for the one that you're working on. If your a grandparent and would like to sit with a child and color triangles on the computer, this is the game for you, but a coloring book would provide more hours of entertainment. Wouldn't be fun if T1 did away with the lines? Then you'd have a nice surprise picture. Instead, you can see the strawberry, and sure enough, red and green colors. Ho hum.
Date published: 2021-04-30
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