Not all games are designed to transport you to another world or keep you at the edge of your seat. Sometimes a game sets out to simply exist as an outlet for its players to relax and find comfort, which is exactly what Qbics Paint manages to excel at. It's tapping into the same market that adult colouring books recently cornered by providing a similar experience in a digital, and more portable environment. Life can be stressful, and sometimes you just need a way to unwind.
If you’re not as weird as me about touching your screen this is a fun game to play. I had a fun time recreating classic Nintendo characters and my kids enjoyed painting animals provided in game. You’re not going to create complicated pieces of art but if you or your kids would like something fun to play with for 30 minutes or so then Qbics Paint will be a fun time waster for all ages.
Definitely one for the kids, Qbics Paint is something that will provide some enjoyment for a younger audience - or simply those wanting a simple application to pass the time. The features included do the job to a decent standard, although other titles have managed to provide a more streamlined artistic toolkit in the past. There are perhaps better alternatives available for art-based games, although the premise behind Qbics does stand out as being its own identity, and this cetainly isn’t the worse purchase you could make.
SummarySculpt and paint 3D figurines with your fingertips using the Touch Screen of your Nintendo Switch™. To Michelangelo, sculpting masterpieces like the David or the Pietà was pretty easy: "just chip away everything that is not my statue". In Qbics Paint you will become a sort of Michelangelo, sculpting digitally with your own fingers to "fr...