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Digital Coloring Book

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i made this over a year ago. my daughter plays it all of the time.

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This would be great for little kids

but I'm not little. Besides, it's not like little kids go to this site.

The synchronizing is messed up too. And effects. Music was annoying.

good

yea man. this is very nice for little kids. they would love it. accually, i kinda like it. niceeee

okay i guess

The good:
1) one of the best digital coloring books I've seen (I've seen quite a few, trust me)
2) art skill is irrelevant, You don't have to be able to draw with a mouse, instead you can just fill in colors on an already outlined picture

the bad:
1) the sound got a bit annoying
2) this is just a bit too good to be a real first flash and makes me wonder if you really did it, although u are an adult so art skill may have come from other places.

the ugly:
1)too many credits, More evidence that you may not have done this all by yourself
2)The demographic this flash would appeal to (Children from 3-9) is wayyyyyy to young to be on newgrounds. There's porn on the site for christ's sake!

Not bad

I'm well beyond my days of coloring books, yet that was mildly entertaining. The sound got a bit annoying, but its nothing a mute button cant fix.

Even older "kids" like a distraction

I think this is a great program. Not only for kids as this was designed for, but also for older people as something that's different from the "adult" world. I could easily put this as one of my favorite programs and come to it every couple of days and spend a few minutes coloring in pictures and feel like a kid again.

Excellent!

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3.14 / 5.00

Uploaded
Apr 1, 2007
5:04 PM EDT