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Fashion Doll Dress Up

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Apr 23, 2010 | 5:58 PM EDT

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A fashion doll with a wide variety of clothing. The trim, sleeves and accessories are separate so that you can create your own unique fashions. Our users have used this dress up game to make everything from greek goddesses to aliens. Check out their creations at lery.php?galle ry_id=31

Use the manipulator tool on a selected piece to scale, rotate, flip or move it. To flip a piece just grab a scale handle on one side and drag it across to the other. You can colour selected pieces by clicking the round buttons on the right side of the toolbar. Choose from the various colour palettes. Some pieces can have primary and secondary colours. There is also a fill tool on there for quick colouring.

You can even save your image to our galleries on or to your computer.

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*The drop down that says "More Pieces" sometimes has extra pieces for holidays and such. Members of Emerald Activities can also create "Assets" and move them from one maker to another (so they can use horses in the dinosaur maker, etc), earn treasures, and get extra pieces in our Emerald Market. All of that content shows up in that menu.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

lots of combinations!

another one of my favorites.


seriously? how can people be so immature? not all dress ups have to be uncensored. what are 10 year olds doing on newgrounds?

EmeraldEmpire responds:

Thank you! I'm glad you enjoyed it ;)


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Very Nice

You've created a lot of really nice stuff here. I really like the ease of use and I can see it really inspiring young imaginations.

That said, I had a few issues with some things. First, there's only one body shape available. It would be nice to see a variety to chose from. I understand that that would make the coding and graphics that much more complicated, but for a game targeted at (I assume) young girls it really is something that should be considered. Second, the skin tones available are, overall, really excellent. However, the "light" skin tones look unnatural and sickly. People are very rarely ever slightly purplish pink.

Again, overall, excellent. Just a few tweaks, though, would make it that much better.

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EmeraldEmpire responds:

Thanks for the review :) We pulled the skin tones from various photographs, so some light might have snuck into the light ones. We've been considering multi-pose dolls, but something like that (unless drawn very specifically) would multiply the art time by the amount of poses.