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But to Paint a Universe

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Follow the story of a little girl as she struggles to restore a sky broken by an evil monster in But to Paint a Universe! Play through a diverse adventure, where the rules change in every level, or test your skills in the time attack mode competing against yourself, or on the online boards for the highest score. Enjoy a wonderful aesthetic experience, and get lost in a beautiful and atmospheric world.

  • 20 unique levels in adventure mode
  • Online and offline scores
  • Gorgeous imagery and a professional soundtrack
  • Immersive game world, and challenging gameplay
  • An engaging storybook narrative
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Developer
Mårten Jonsson
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jmj
Publisher
JMJ Interactive
Age rating
Not rated
Website
http://www.buttopaintauniverse.com

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows XP
  • Processor: 1Ghz
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: Built-in
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 118 MB available space
  • Sound Card: Built-in
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Last Modified: Sep 17, 2019

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Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
It's about getting Balls of a certain color into a certain position so far so good. However, each level depends 100% on the happiness, because the balls like to change color and characteristics randomly and you didn't have any influence on which balls are covered. So you click balls away that you don't want to have and restarted until you make it. In the Beginning you can even bring in a bit of tactics as there are no Special Balls yet, but unfortunately it only gets better. The Story is the Cliche alller Cliche, Boring and in under 1min Tallied. The Music is quite good. The Graphic Is ok. For luck, the Game is only < 5 Hours long.
Translated by
Microsoft from Russian
Product received for free "But to Paint a Universe"-atmospheric kaleidoscopic puzzle game with wildly cool background, but very trivial podplunkoj. Similar quite a lot and on the expanses of free browser entertainment, although here quite well try to diversify the stagnant genre. The Essence of puzzles is very simple-to collect on the selected areas balls of certain colors, removing the other and doubling points, if a few chips of the same color stand in a row. I bet you've dealt with similar puzzles at least once. Here everything is according to the standard-a certain number of moves, a set of points, specific conditions for each of the small number of levels. The new color will appear, then the circles will be cleaned horizontally and vertically, as usual, diagonally, then appear chips that shift the entire series in the sides. All this does not allow to get bored, though it is executed without frills. Loved the inner story of the world, where the voice of narrator and illustrations tell us a tale of a monster of darkness, who stole all the colors of the Fairy Valley, but a brave girl stole a pouch in which he held them, and freed the paint that Destroyed the monsters. Unfortunately, the colors scattered chaotically across the sky, and our task on behalf of the girl-to collect them and distribute in order. It is a pity that the story makes itself very rare, and similar videos and beautiful drawings would be a great reward for the passage of each level, but, unfortunately, not fate. Visual style and music are good, but the game has obvious technical deficiencies. For example, the cursor may disappear, or in full-screen mode, the basic resolution may change to what was in the game, or even chips when clicked will stop responding. This happens, in fact, not so often, but It gets a lot of fun when you immerse yourself in this meditative and unhurried gameplay. About the game, actually, you will not say more. And it seems to be something more than a simple casual puzzle in a fabulous setting, not trying. If you want something light, air and magic, and you are a fan of this type of games, then take bravely. The Rest is strictly contraindicated, because in this case no one here will find anything more lamp toys for the evening. But still in its genre it looks very good.
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