Sometimes, games simple as hell have that awesome ability to amaze us. I'm sure you know what we're talking about. It may be color birds and green pigs, slicing polygons or making lines with falling pieces. It doesn't matter how, but there are games that you can learn in less than a minute and bring hours and hours of play. It might be nonsense play, of course, but not all games must be 3D blockbusters with plots worthy of a film. At least, not in a mobile ecosystem.
You'll learn to play Faster Painter in the first screen. Tap on a color, select a brush size and smear all the canvas with paint. If you stain where you shouldn't, use the eraser you'll find at the bottom right of the screen. It seems easy, isn't it?
As we forewarned back in the first paragraph, don't let you be fooled by such a simple premise, as maybe we are facing one the most original and addictive games we've seen so far this year. In addition, there are a lot of levels, every one with its own caricatured yet recognizable piece of art -great design work here- and a three star rating depending on your percentage of faithfulness that unlocks bonus levels.
In the course of the game, between levels, you can spend your money on Tricks and Traps. It's a poisoned option, because the more you increase the options to get a trick (e.g., an airbrush), more likely is that you are bothered by a trap while working on your masterpiece counterfeit. Originality above all, even in the upgrade system.
Oh, and there's a plot, too. You're an art forger hired by different art collectors in order to recreate the most famous world paintings. Great game, suited for children and grown ups, and a great alternative to other much worn out genres inside casual gaming.
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by Peter , Appszoom
Mar 13, 2012