For the paint blobs that don't end up being on the brush side of an artist's ambitions there is a world of peace and harmony that they are able to be happy in. Sadly, even life for a paint blob is dangerous and in Paint World, a physics puzzler game by Vadim Pecherskiy, their haven has been so drastically harmed that you need to help bring the paint back together. Help the paint blobs join their matching colored friends by clicking on the colored blob and aiming it towards its buddy. Gray blobs will have to be shot through color smears on the screen before being able to reassemble. The faster and fewer shots you make will give you a higher score at the end of each level, which happens when all your blobs have been happily paired up.
For such a simple game Paint World is visually lush with the black backdrop teamed up with the bright shocks of color. As a treat after the completion of each stage you will get a charming cut scene to keep you up to date on the conflict of the poor paint blobs. The addition of the coins later on appears to be for an added difficulty because you can't complete a level without having collected all coins. Though the game isn't overly difficult that doesn't mean it's not still a great warm up for your brain, and it's also kid friendly making it a wonderful distraction method in case you need a break from family time.