Tripping Fest Drawing
Draw crazy drawings very quickly!
Tripping Fest Drawing Review
by on October 18, 2011
What’s this, we thought? A fun game which involves felling oncoming old ladies? Oh wait, no, it’s actually ‘tripping’ in the 1970s “I’m totally tripping, man” nomenclature.
It’s probably correct as after a few minutes messing about with this mad touchscreen painting app, you’ll be floating in the clouds like someone dropped a load of LSD into your Strongbow.
This app is part-finger-paint-part-Spirograph, with your touchscreen presses producing some neat geometric mirrors based on how broad your strokes are.
According to the developers, specialties include: “optical Illusions, 3D drawings, symmetry-based drawing, flexible coloring, general purpose drawing and craziness.” Well, at least we got the last part.
You can, obviously, tailor colours and the thickness of your brush to your own ends and there are limitless options here, such as the kind of mirror you use.
What you usually end up with is a semi-attractive random pattern the likes of which you see on sale for £750 adorning the walls of cafes with ideas above their station. Still a fun app that has a little bit more to offer than the likes of Kids Paint Free and Magic Marker.
There’s an ad-driven lite version of this app that you should try before dropping any cash on Tripping Fest.
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