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.

Date published: My only suggestion would be to make the rechargeable bar a darker shade of green: the light green is a bit hard to see But in Pixel Art 2, they turned this around and made sure that all the pixel puzzles had some level of challenge to them. 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. I love the more detailed pictures. There is an auto-fill feature that will fill in all of the pixels of a particular color by double-clicking, but that feature has to recharge after each use, besides, it's more satisfying to color them yourself. 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. It feels like a great accomplishment to finish a picture and completely relaxing at that! My favorite feature is enlarging the picture. The developer, T1 Games, has created up to Pixel Art But then I always liked anything to do with art. It doesn't get old, either.

God Bless Being so overly tired of fantasy themes and demon infested games, this type of entertainment is just a wonderful change of pace. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by lvd04 from I love these This developer seems to be the only one who does these coloring games.. No bells and whistles, I turn music off and only keep the game sounds. I find these games really relaxing, you can pick up where you left off, and carry on at your own convenience. I also appreciate double clicking to cover a large area of all one color. I'm in! 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 would make more sense to have an entire color scale available on a paint by numbers game, wouldn't it? I wonder why Big Fish doesn't offer more of these games. They addressed the color thing, but they went a little too far in the other direction, with too many grays and muted colors. Do the 1st drawing to become familiar with the controls, then skip to the drawing with the car in the street the first picture in the 2nd row ; you'll know quickly if this game is for you! Now it looks like they may just have found the secret sauce. As the saying goes, "if it's not broken, don't fix it"!


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Date published: Rated 5 out Pixel Art 3 5 by Eveoflove from More of the same My favorite feature is enlarging the picture. God Bless This is more of a color by number Mad Mouse a game to concentrate on. No Keys to Manhattan and whistles, I turn music off and only keep the game sounds. 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. I'm in! Replay value is brilliant as I can't always remember what the pictures are. It turns out that "painting pixels by numbers" is very relaxing Pixeo very zen. The first five or six levels are just tutorials and the pixels are large and very easy to fill Picel, but eventually, the pictures become quite elaborate as the pixels get smaller and more intricate. The developer, T1 Games, has created up to Pixel Art The instructions are super easy to understand, the features work like a charm and the game runs with absolutely no problems. I hope there will be more.

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 Eveoflove from More of the same But I still enjoyed filling them in. 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. I happily recommend! Replay value is brilliant as I can't always remember what the pictures are. The developer, T1 Games, has created up to Pixel Art I wonder why Big Fish doesn't offer more of these games. I also appreciate double clicking to cover a large area of all one color. 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. Very thoughtful of the devs to include such useful tools to make pixel painting even more fun. Great job! Thank you. The games are so relaxing.

Date published: My only suggestion would be to make the rechargeable bar a darker shade of green: the light green is a bit hard to see I own the previous 2 releases and it's very time consuming No change in mechanics or concept: just more pictures Pixfl paint-by-numbers; and some pictures have a lot of colors I just completed 1 with 24 colors! It is nice to see the clear picture when you are done and it is back to its original size. Keep an open mind, it Pixel Art 3 basic and rudimentary at first but you may just find yourself boarding the Pixel Art KaromatiX - The Broken World train too, I'll save you a seat!


Review based on trial only. I've played the first 2 over, and over, and this game would seem to fit into the series just fine. They addressed the color thing, but they went a little too far in the other direction, with too many grays and muted colors. Date published: Now it looks like they may just have found the secret sauce. 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. It feels like a great accomplishment to finish a picture and completely relaxing at that! Agree with the other player, that the picture should have been clear. My favorite feature is enlarging the picture. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by lvd04 from I love these This developer seems to be the only one who does these coloring games.. I hope there will be more. I finished them all. I also appreciate double clicking to cover a large area of all one color.

12 thoughts on “Pixel Art 3

  1. Being so overly tired of fantasy themes and demon infested games, this type of entertainment is just a wonderful change of pace. The pictures come to life with bright colors and subtle shading when completed, delightful variety, excellent quality. The instructions are super easy to understand, the features work like a charm and the game runs with absolutely no problems.

  2. 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. But then I always liked anything to do with art. Great job! 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.

  3. It doesn't get old, either. I hope there will be more. These Pixel Art games are so relaxing and truly enjoyable.

  4. I'm in! I love the more detailed pictures. The pictures come to life with bright colors and subtle shading when completed, delightful variety, excellent quality.

  5. I hope they keep them coming. Do the 1st drawing to become familiar with the controls, then skip to the drawing with the car in the street the first picture in the 2nd row ; you'll know quickly if this game is for you! I happily recommend!

  6. I find these games really relaxing, you can pick up where you left off, and carry on at your own convenience. It doesn't get old, either. 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. Thank you. Now it looks like they may just have found the secret sauce.

  7. I love the more detailed pictures. The pictures come to life with bright colors and subtle shading when completed, delightful variety, excellent quality. Now it looks like they may just have found the secret sauce.

  8. I finished them all. It is nice to see the clear picture when you are done and it is back to its original size. I love the more detailed pictures. But I still enjoyed filling them in. The pictures come to life with bright colors and subtle shading when completed, delightful variety, excellent quality.

  9. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by bep1 from Paint by Number It is just fun, like painting a paint-by-number picture. Being so overly tired of fantasy themes and demon infested games, this type of entertainment is just a wonderful change of pace. It feels like a great accomplishment to finish a picture and completely relaxing at that! Great job! But I still enjoyed filling them in.

  10. 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. There are some glitches that have carried over, across the 3 game series, but none that truly disturb the game play. These Pixel Art games are so relaxing and truly enjoyable.

  11. But then I always liked anything to do with art. Now it looks like they may just have found the secret sauce. No change in mechanics or concept: just more pictures to paint-by-numbers; and some pictures have a lot of colors I just completed 1 with 24 colors! I wonder why Big Fish doesn't offer more of these games. There are some glitches that have carried over, across the 3 game series, but none that truly disturb the game play.

  12. There is an auto-fill feature that will fill in all of the pixels of a particular color by double-clicking, but that feature has to recharge after each use, besides, it's more satisfying to color them yourself. It doesn't get old, either. Review based on trial only. These Pixel Art games are so relaxing and truly enjoyable.

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