Pixel Art 4

The 4th edition of Pixel Art is here, and painting beautiful pictures just keeps getting 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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It is so nice to escape from the games that contain so much doom and gloom. God Bless If you make a mistake, no need to fret. When I am working on these scenes, it seems like time just floats by. Keep an open mind, it isn't supposed to be a brain-burner kind of game. There's not a whole lot to have to figure out, it's about as uncomplicated and basic as it gets. This game is based on squares, so I was prepared for a new challenge. Thank you! It would make more sense to have an entire color scale available on a paint by numbers game though, wouldn't it? I love the challenge of the more complex drawings, and the landscapes of 3 and 4 were better than the birds in 5. I love the music selections, but I really love the different sounds of nature, with frogs and crickets chirping or the sounds of waves as they ebb and flow. I love this game! Throw that in and it's even more fun.


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I bought without trying the demo and was not disappointed one little Battle Slots. I think the children will have fun with this, too. Just go back over it with the intended color. 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. Meticulous people like me will like this game. It would be fun to have the game keep track of accuracy. I used a PCC that was about to expire to purchase the original Pixel Art game and I got hooked almost immediately as the puzzles got more intense. I do have a few suggestions to make it appeal to a larger audience. Rated Pixel Art 4 out of 5 by barnybyrd from Yay Good to see these games being offered. Pixel 4 was just what the doctor ordered to take away the gloomies today. I love that!! Pixel Art 4 pixel has a number and you chose the corresponding color bubble from the palette also numbered on the right side, and you 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. Keep an open mind, it isn't Off the Record: The Art of Deception to be a brain-burner kind of game.

I'll save you a seat! Pixel 4 was just what the doctor ordered to take away the gloomies today. And they are simple. I bought without trying the demo and was not disappointed one little bit. If you think it all sounds kind of boring, just give it a whirl. I love the challenge of the more complex drawings, and the landscapes of 3 and 4 were better than the birds in 5. 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 is a nice change from all the intricate coloring I enjoy for hours every day in my coloring books. It would make more sense to have an entire color scale available on a paint by numbers game though, wouldn't it? There a millions of colors to choose from. The first pictures had large squares and I finished them too quickly. I love the music selections, but I really love the different sounds of nature, with frogs and crickets chirping or the sounds of waves as they ebb and flow. Thank you! This game is coloring fun in very simple form.

Keep an open mind, it seems basic and rudimentary at first but you may just find yourself boarding the Pixel Art Zen Pixel Art 4 too, I'll save Autumn in France a seat! The boards can be increased in size so Pixel Art 4 the individual Sparkle Unleashed cells are easy to fill. It is like coloring by numbers digitally. Time just flies by! Each pixel has a number and you chose the corresponding color bubble from the palette also numbered on the right side, and you simply left click to fill in all the numbers with the correct color, you can hold the mouse button and Pixell through large groupings as well. There is an auto-fill feature that will fill in large groups of pixels in a particular Arr by double-clicking, but that feature has to recharge after each use, besides, it's more satisfying to color them yourself. When I am working on Solitaire 330 Deluxe scenes, it seems like time just floats by. I love Pixel Art! It's such a relaxing way to spend time. I am so glad that there is another addition to this series.


The pictures are amazing and become more intricate as you progress through the levels. Rated 5 out of 5 by barnybyrd from Yay Good to see these games being offered. Thank you! This is my sunshine while it is raining and dark this morning. They always had vivid contrasting hues of purples, reds, blues, yellows, and greens side by side which made the completed works of art pop with color. Too many browns and grays are just boring. I think my zen-train just took a slight detour lol. Please hurry up and make another one soon! Pixel 4 was just what the doctor ordered to take away the gloomies today. Yes, BF is a little behind schedule because Pixel Art 4 left the station a while back along with Zen Trains numbers 5, 6, 7, and 8, so please Felix, keep 'em coming! The wrong color is kind of see-through and isn't permanent. Date published: You can only unlock 1 "page" of boards at a time, so I don't know what the future pages will hold; in past editions, they didn't get any simpler and you might need to exit a board in progress no worries, it saves your work and resume later. You may be pleasantly surprised at how much fun "simple" can be. I have the previous editions and do a couple of boards per session; no more, just enough to wind down and relax.

It is so nice to escape from the games that contain so much doom and gloom. I replay the boards in every game to fill in the time until the next one is released. Also, love being able to super enlarge the picture, if need be, and moving to wherever you want to color are a big plus in my book. You may be pleasantly surprised at how much fun "simple" can be. I'll save you a seat! The accompanying music is soothing with occasional nature sounds blended into the background to make the experience even more peaceful, with frogs and crickets chirping or the sounds of waves as they ebb and flow. Keep an open mind, it isn't supposed to be a brain-burner kind of game. My second suggestion is to use more pretty colors. Sometimes I just need that deeper level of relaxation in my hobbies and my PC games. I think my zen-train just took a slight detour lol. Pixel Art is a computer version of Paint by Numbers. Each pixel has a number and you chose the corresponding color bubble from the palette also numbered on the right side, and you 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. If all the games were released, I couldn't keep myself away from them.

7 thoughts on “Pixel Art 4

  1. I like doing each puzzle perfectly or almost perfectly. It would be fun to have the game keep track of accuracy. When I get stress out, I turn to this game.

  2. Although the game is perfect for me, as always, please try the demo to see if this is a game you will enjoy. I also figured out that I can move to other parts of an enlarged scene by pressing down on the right and left click buttons at the same time. Sometimes I just need that deeper level of relaxation in my hobbies and my PC games. The game is so relaxing. When I say intense, I just mean more intricate, because the puzzles don't actually require a lot of thought, but that's the beauty of it

  3. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by BeccaBookie from Thank you! Keep an open mind, it isn't supposed to be a brain-burner kind of game. Pixel Art is a computer version of Paint by Numbers. Being naturally competitive I would love to have some kind of scoring included as I try to go for perfect performance. Please keep making more games.

  4. They always had vivid contrasting hues of purples, reds, blues, yellows, and greens side by side which made the completed works of art pop with color. There is an auto-fill feature that will fill in large groups of pixels in 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 would be fun to have the game keep track of accuracy. Keep them coming.

  5. When I get stress out, I turn to this game. I can lose myself for hours, it's relaxing after a long day at work. You can use the mouse to enlarge the picture, which is really a benefit on the larger pictures with many colors in the same small space. The game is so relaxing. If you think it all sounds kind of boring, just give it a whirl.

  6. Review based on trial period only. Thank you Pixel Art There is no particular order to anything: start anywhere on your pic, choose whichever color pleases you, jump around with your colors, fill in the pixels one at a time or you can fill in larger areas of all one color by double clicking. Whomever invented this ideal it was a good one!

  7. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by BeccaBookie from Thank you! And gamers with not-so-good vision like me will be able to enjoy Pixel 4 without a magnifying glass. It would make more sense to have an entire color scale available on a paint by numbers game, wouldn't it? I started doing this series about a month ago and cannot get enough of them!

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