Coloring books are no longer child's play. Many adults spend plenty of time coloring in mandalas, schematic drawings, and beautiful landscapes to clear their mind and relax. The app market has seen its opportunity and plenty of developers have created coloring games and apps for both kids and adults.
Color in pixellated drawings with number patterns
Color by Number: Coloring Book Free - Pixel Art, for instance, goes even further. It's not an ordinary coloring book because we'll be able to color in drawings made up by hundreds of numbered squares. Each number represents a different color that we can change at the bottom of the interface.
This kind of coloring book will definitely ring a bell if you're over 30... On the one hand, it limits our creativity as we won't be able to choose our own color palette. But on the other, it's always cool to see how the drawing comes to life color by color and pixel by pixel.
The drawings represent characters, objects, and outlines that look like they've been inspired by video games from the 80s'.
This entertaining application is totally free of charge and includes drawings that you can paint for free following the number patterns. However, there are also quite a few paid drawings identified by a tiny blue crown in a corner. If you haven't got enough with the free drawings, you can make an in-app purchase of $19.99 per month or $99.99 per year to get hold of the full version of this Android application in APK format.