Paint It Red 2


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Paint It Red 2ArtbegottiWhat's black and white and red all over? Nothing yet, as we seem to be needing more red! Paint It Red 2 by MoonMana is an interactive art game disguised as a puzzle where your black canvas needs to be covered with red paint as quickly as possible. In each level, paint flows across the screen, following (or not following) the movements of your mouse. If you guide the paint to cover a certain percentage of the screen, you unlock the next level and have the opportunity to move on... or not.

This option to move on is important, because each level has two additional goals to be met. One involves acquiring a percentage of redness within a short time limit (Speed Medal), the other involves covering a much larger space with more time (Size Medal). If you get both medals, you can unlock bonus levels that push your painting skills to the test.

Or, you can just play around. Paint it Red 2's relaxing atmosphere makes the art-based challenge feel like painting endless swirls of color on an infinite canvas. Yellow shades not only add to your red percentage (although they don't boost your score as much as red itself), they allow for some beautiful shading effects that turn the game into an interactive screensaver. You can experiment in every level you unlock, so choose the paintbrush method you enjoy the most and go crazy painting the town canvas red.

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Thanks to Donut and Alexander for sending this one in!

21 Comments

Anonymous May 18, 2010 6:01 PM

Any advice for Launch?

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Alexiorsay Author Profile Page May 18, 2010 7:58 PM

Could use some help with "Launch" - Fun game.

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Alexiorsay Author Profile Page May 18, 2010 8:01 PM

Nevermind, Power of Posting :)

double click within the white box

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I'm not sure I find the game relaxing. Later levels can be immensely frustrating, especially when you get extremely near the goal percent and then the fading or that other color starts lowering it down.

I'm not sure what I think about the game. I applaud it's originality, and I always enjoy trying out something different, but the learning curve is really erratic and - as I said - higher levels are more frustrating than enjoyable.

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these levels are soo hard: heart and left.

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ViciousChicken Author Profile Page May 19, 2010 9:13 AM

Is anyone else having trouble getting it to load? It was working fine yesterday, but now it just shows the MoonMana screen and then goes to black.

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Chaotick Author Profile Page May 19, 2010 10:01 AM

Good, I am completely stumped (as happens in about 95% of games). I can't even get past the third tutorial level, "time". Can anybody help this minimal amount of IQ points?

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Alexander May 19, 2010 10:23 AM

Third level is not that much different from second. Just circular spiral from outside to inside, painting red(dish) over yellow(ish)

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ViciousChicken Author Profile Page May 19, 2010 10:34 AM

Chaotick:

As with many levels, "Time" has a non-obvious trick that makes it much easier. Here, the trick is to put your cursor in the middle of the cluster of red paint balls, so that they fly through your cursor in different directions and spread out. This allows you to cover a lot of ground in the next couple jumps; when they get too clustered together again, just repeat.

(I hope I'm remembering the correct level. I still can't get the game to load.)

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About the Launch level

The white rectangle works like a teared bag. You can control the paint wave inside it and let little bits out in different directions. It's not easy to explain since it's a physics game, but i hope it helps.

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I can't believe s/he ripped Le Onde by Ludovico Einaudi for the music...

It's copyrighted for crying out loud! Just get stuff from Incompetech or suchlike. There's no need to steal other people's music.

Aside from that, (IMHO) fairly boring game. I mean the premise is paint a screen red? Booorrring...

As I said, IMHO

Pe-ads

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barbara Author Profile Page May 20, 2010 11:23 PM

I loved it. It's worth playing long enough to reach Samsara, a stunningly beautiful level. I did get just barely far enough to reach Rainbow too, but it wasn't beautiful like Samsara.

I agree that it got quite frustrating sometimes to just barely miss the requirement.

I was flummoxed by level "In". I could only get about 30%.

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YuiMioRitsuMugi=K-ON! May 21, 2010 12:06 PM

LOvED the game.still having trouble with HEART,but i'll get it somehow.:)

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baturinsky Author Profile Page May 21, 2010 3:35 PM

2Pe-ads
I agree with you completely about music. Though, version that is available on publisher site and on major portals has different music now. From Incompetech:)

As for gameplay, have you really played the game? It's not so trivial, as numbers of stuck player demonstrates:)

Btw, for those who stuck or have bugs appearing: publisher's site has solution for each level and visual walkthrough, as well as latest version.

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is it supposed to stop every couple of seconds to show you the instructions and then take them away before you can read them? I'd love it if it wern't for that!

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I came expecting a monotonous game involving me franticaly painting a screen red. I got not much more than that.Although, I give it points for originality. There were many times that I thought " wish i could print that...".

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YuiMioRitsuMugi=K-ON! May 22, 2010 12:13 PM

Hint for HEART:

try putting your mouse in the middle,DON'T move it. it usually works..;)

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sandylouise Author Profile Page May 23, 2010 2:33 AM

I can't access the game anymore. Anyone else having problems?

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Anonymous June 2, 2010 6:07 PM

yeah it still works (today at least)

but i did have to retry a few times

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mixx_chicago95 Author Profile Page July 23, 2010 2:01 PM

very relaxing game, but could use help with launch. Used the video walkthrough for it but didnt help

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Anonymous August 6, 2010 9:45 AM

Help on left..

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