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Coloring Book 


There are indie developers that consistently show they have interesting ideas. Qubic Games is one such video game developer. They recently sent Family Friendly Gaming a digital download code for Coloring Book on the Nintendo Switch. To be clear Coloring Book is a free download where you try before you buy. You can play Jungle and Space. If you like it then you can purchase the rest. Family Friendly Gaming was provided the rest.

What all comes for that $4.99 price tag? Thirty-six more pictures to color. There are eight areas in Coloring Book right now. They are Jungle, Space, Dinosaur, Cats, Girls Room, Farm, Construction Site, and Ocean. Each of these areas comes with six pages to color. There are nine tools to use in Coloring Book. Most of them are paint brushes with different effects. There is also a spray can, an eraser, and a paint can the fills an entire section.

Four family members can color at the same time in Coloring Book. They can use the eighty-nine different colors in this downloadable video game. The music in Coloring Book is fantastic. I felt great listening to it and coloring with my fingers. In fact Coloring Book reminded me of being a kid and finger painting. Man those were good times. Pictures can be exported to albums as well.

I hope there are new drawings available for Coloring Book in the future. Coloring Book is very small in size so families should not need to worry about the memory needed to download and play Coloring Book on the Nintendo Switch. Kids really have a blast playing Coloring Book on the Nintendo Switch. This is such a fun and relaxing video game. It was a pleasure for me to play and review this game.

There is one thing I wish Coloring Book included. What is that? I wish Coloring Book included an undo button. It was cool tapping a color, and then tapping a place. It was neat seeing how the different brushes reacted. There were times I wanted to back track from a mistake. Instead I had to tap on the original color, and then tap that spot again. If I missed with my tap I compounded my errors. An undo button would have seriously saved me time.
- Luke


Graphics: 80%
Sounds: 90%
Replay/Extras: 80%
Gameplay: 80%
Family Friendly Factor: 90%

System: Nintendo Switch
Publisher: Qubic Games
Developer: Qubic Games
Rating: ‘E’ - Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY
Company provided product
Value/Cost of the review is greater than value/cost of provided product

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