Pixel Art 3

The next edition of Pixel Art is here, and painting has never been easier! There’s no stress involved, just relax and enjoy! Choose from a variety of super fun images and follow the numbers to bring them to life.


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No change in mechanics or concept: just more pictures to paint-by-numbers; and some pictures have Pixel Art 3 lot of colors I just completed 1 with 24 Pixel Art 3 I bought this game and am having fun playing it, I recommend this game. The instructions are super easy to understand, the features work like a charm and the game runs with absolutely no problems. Pixel Art is a Fairy Maids version of Paint by Numbers. There are some glitches that have carried over, across the 3 game series, but none that truly disturb the game play. I hope they keep them coming. But in Pixel Art Crazy Balls, they turned this around and made sure that all the pixel puzzles had some level Hospital Manager challenge to them. Very thoughtful of the devs to include such useful tools to make pixel painting even more fun. I find these games really relaxing, you can pick up where you left off, and carry on at your own convenience. The Pixel Art games are suitable for all ages and the enlargement feature is a blessing if like me, you have aging eyes or wear glasses. The last feature is a slider bar that allows you to change the color of the background, it really only allows you to change the colors in shades of grey or black. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Metamorph from Perfect for Relaxing I fell in love with the first one and changed characters at least 5 times to color them all again. But then I always liked anything to do with art. That's the trick make it big enough when the puzzle is quite large. Agree with the other player, that the picture should have been clear.

I also appreciate double clicking to cover a large area of all one color. I own the previous 2 releases and it's very time consuming Kick back and fill in the spaces! I don't know how many pictures there are as you can only unlock "page 2" after completing "page 1", which I was not able to do during the trial period. It turns out that "painting pixels by numbers" is very relaxing and very zen. This game isn't meant for those with no patience; if you don't like solitaire, or a slow paced game like chess, then you need to go elsewhere. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Eveoflove from More of the same At the beginning when some of the puzzles were quite large so the numbers were very small, I knew I could zoom out to make them bigger but didn't make it big enough, once I did get it right it was still challenging but fun at the same time. This is more of a color by number than a game to concentrate on. Date published: I find these games really relaxing, you can pick up where you left off, and carry on at your own convenience. I bought this game and am having fun playing it, I recommend this game. Replay value is brilliant as I can't always remember what the pictures are.

The First one Medieval Defenders easier, but they are certainly making it harder and more fun with each one. Thank you. This game isn't meant for those with no patience; if you don't like solitaire, or a slow 33 game like chess, then you need to go elsewhere. The instructions are super easy to understand, the features work like a charm and the game runs with absolutely no problems. My favorite feature is Miracles the Ar. The first five or six levels are just tutorials and the pixels are large and very easy to fill in, but eventually, the pictures become quite elaborate as the pixels get smaller and more intricate. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Eveoflove from More of the same


The Pixel Art games are suitable for all ages and the enlargement feature is a blessing if like me, you have aging eyes or wear glasses. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by danceswithcats from Zen and the Art of Video Games When I first tried the first game in the Pixel Art series, I was seriously underwhelmed by the difficulty of many of the scenes, and some of the colors they used were eyeball-searingly Web 1. There are some glitches that have carried over, across the 3 game series, but none that truly disturb the game play. The games are so relaxing. I also appreciate double clicking to cover a large area of all one color. I want to play them all! God Bless Thank you. I'm in! These Pixel Art games are so relaxing and truly enjoyable. Each pixel has a number and you chose the corresponding color bubble also numbered on the right and simply left click to fill in all the numbers with the correct color, you can hold the mouse button and swipe through large groupings as well. The developer, T1 Games, has created up to Pixel Art I don't know how many pictures there are as you can only unlock "page 2" after completing "page 1", which I was not able to do during the trial period. Agree with the other player, that the picture should have been clear.

Very thoughtful of the devs to include such useful tools to make pixel painting even more fun. Agree with the other player, that the picture should have been clear. I completed the third level last night with the lovely cat pic in Pixel Art 2 and was already wishing for number 3 to arrive. Being so overly tired of fantasy themes and demon infested games, this type of entertainment is just a wonderful change of pace. Replay value is brilliant as I can't always remember what the pictures are. I've played the first 2 over, and over, and this game would seem to fit into the series just fine. I have played Pixel Art 1 twice and am on my 2nd go on Pixel Art 2. Will still finish them all, but just a little disappointed. That's the trick make it big enough when the puzzle is quite large. It feels like a great accomplishment to finish a picture and completely relaxing at that! But then I always liked anything to do with art. Great job! My favorite feature is enlarging the picture.

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6 thoughts on “Pixel Art 3

  1. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Metamorph from Perfect for Relaxing I fell in love with the first one and changed characters at least 5 times to color them all again. But then I always liked anything to do with art. It turns out that "painting pixels by numbers" is very relaxing and very zen. They addressed the color thing, but they went a little too far in the other direction, with too many grays and muted colors.

  2. Very thoughtful of the devs to include such useful tools to make pixel painting even more fun. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Metamorph from Perfect for Relaxing I fell in love with the first one and changed characters at least 5 times to color them all again. They addressed the color thing, but they went a little too far in the other direction, with too many grays and muted colors.

  3. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Eveoflove from More of the same The developer, T1 Games, has created up to Pixel Art I've played the first 2 over, and over, and this game would seem to fit into the series just fine.

  4. Kick back and fill in the spaces! The last feature is a slider bar that allows you to change the color of the background, it really only allows you to change the colors in shades of grey or black. This game isn't meant for those with no patience; if you don't like solitaire, or a slow paced game like chess, then you need to go elsewhere. Great job! Now it looks like they may just have found the secret sauce.

  5. It would make more sense to have an entire color scale available on a paint by numbers game, wouldn't it? Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Metamorph from Perfect for Relaxing I fell in love with the first one and changed characters at least 5 times to color them all again. But I still enjoyed filling them in.

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