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Copy Cat: A Painter's Puzzle

A lot of games cast you as a criminal. It's fun to flirt with the dark side, flaunting the rules, casting off the ethical concerns that imprison the weak and cowardly. Now, in this new puzzler called Copy Cat, step into the nefarious shoes of a truly abominable villain: an art forger. DUHN DUHN DUUUUHNNN.

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Copy Cat walkthrough
Note: When the walkthrough mentions to place objects just place them as close as you can to where you think they should be.

Level 1

  • Place the four circles down, then paint the canvas red.

Level 2

  • Paint the canvas blue.

  • Place the star shape.

  • Paint the canvas yellow.

Level 3

  • Paint the canvas red.

  • Place the wave shape and the square shape

  • Paint the canvas yellow.

Level 4

  • Paint he canvas yellow and blue.

  • Please the circle shape in the center, with the X shape over top of it.

  • Paint the canvas white.

Level 5

  • Place circle shapes so 1/4 of each circle will be in the outer boxes. Like the white part in the sample.

  • Paint the canvas blue.

  • Put the circles in the trash. And place a square in each corner.

  • Paint the canvas Blue again.

Level 6

  • Start by painting the canvas red.

  • You'll have to play two wavey lines to get the red part correct.

  • Next paint the canvas yellow.

  • Place an X in the middle. And remove the two wavey lines.

  • Paint the canvas blue.

Level 7

  • Paint the canvas red

  • Place a circle at the bottom center.

  • Paint the canvas white, then blue.

  • Place a circle at the top center.

  • Paint the canvas red.

  • Place a circle in the center.

  • Remove the bottom circle

  • Paint the canvas yellow.

  • Put a circle back in the bottom center, and remove the top circle.

  • Paint the canvas yellow again.

Level 8

  • Start by painting the canvas blue.

  • Place the objects roughly how they are in this Screenshot

  • Next paint the canvas red

  • Remove all the shapes, and add a square to the middle.

  • Paint the canvas so it turns black.

Level 9

  • Start by painting the canvas green.

  • Place a circle in the middle at both the bottom and the top. Leaving a gap where the black should be in the middle.

  • Next add Red to make the canvas black

  • Place one of the circles in the center, and four crosses around it.

  • Paint the canvas white, then paint it purple using red and blue.

Level 10

  • Paint the canvas yellow.

  • Use triangles to block each corner of the triangle you are trying to make.

  • Paint the canvas blue

  • Place a triangle over the section of blue you need to cover.

  • Paint the canvas green.

  • Now place a triangle in the middle of the canvas.

  • Paint the canvas purple.

  • Place a circle in the center of the canvas.

  • Paint the canvas black.

Level 11

  • Paint the canvas green.

  • Place a circle in the middle of the canvas.

  • Paint the canvas purple.

  • Place the 5 circles around the center one to make the flower.

  • Paint the canvas yellow.

Level 12

  • Paint the canvas red, and place an X in the middle.

  • Paint the canvas orange.

  • Use two +'s to make a long line down the middle.

  • Paint the canvas White.

  • Place an X in the center

  • Paint the canvas yellow.

  • Remove the shapes, and place a + in the middle.

  • Paint the canvas purple.

  • Place an X just above and below the plus sign, then paint the canvas blue

  • place an X in the middle over the +.

  • Paint the canvas green.

  • Place a circle on the left, and the right of the canvas.

  • Paint the canvas black.

Level 13

  • Place three squares down.one in the center, one on the right and one on the left. Don't forget to leave room for the purple lines you will need. It's okay if the shapes are hanging off the edge of the canvas.

  • Paint the canvas purple.

  • Remove the squares and add the four circles.

  • Paint the canvas black.

Level 14

  • Start by placing a circle so that it will cover the snow cap on the planet at the bottom.

  • Paint the canvas green.

  • Use an ellipse on the right part of the planet, and an ellipse and a circle to make the left part.

  • Paint the canvas blue.

  • Place a circle over where the planet should be, and remove the other shapes.

  • Paint the canvas black.

Level 15

  • Paint the canvas yellow.

  • Place two circles near the top left and bottom right corners.

  • Paint the canvas orange.

  • Place a square in the top left and bottom right corner, and remove the circles.

  • Now paint the canvas red.

  • Place a circle at the top right and bottom left corner of the canvas like you did when the canvas was yellow.

  • Paint
    the canvas orange.

  • Place a square on the two remaining corners.

  • Paint the canvas blue.

  • Place two circles on opposite corner where they were when the canvas was yellow.

  • Paint the canvas purple.

  • Move the circles to the opposite sides.

  • Paint the canvas green

  • Add two more circles where you had them before.

  • Paint the canvas black.

Level 16

  • Paint the canvas blue.

  • Add the shapes to where they are blue on the sample.

  • Paint the canvas green

  • Add the shape again just beside the ones covering the blue.

  • Paint the canvas black.

Level 17

  • Start by placing a triangle where the White and red area on the sample is.

  • Paint the canvas green.

  • Place a square where the black area on the sample is.

  • Paint the canvas blue.

  • Place the circle down.

  • Paint the canvas red.

Level 18

  • Paint the canvas blue.

  • Place the square down in the middle. Put a triangle on top. And two circles on the bottom.

  • Paint the canvas purple. It wont be perfect but it should net you around a 93%.

Level 19

  • Start by painting the canvas black.

  • Use two squares on the bottom to cover up where the black area on the bottom should be.

  • Paint the canvas orange.

  • Place a square to cover up where the trunk of the tree should be.

  • Paint the canvas green.

  • Place three triangle to make the tree.

  • Paint the canvas black.

Level 20

  • Start by painting the canvas purple.

  • Place the four shapes that go in the corners.

  • Paint the canvas yellow.

  • Place the four pointed star in the center.

  • Paint the canvas green

  • Place the target shape in the center
    over the star

  • Paint the canvas black.

Level 21

  • Paint the canvas red.

  • Place the box in the middle.

  • Paint the canvas orange

  • Place the shapes like they are in this Screenshot. Its a little hard to see, but there are 3 circles, 4 gear shapes, and three boxes.

  • Paint the canvas black

Level 22

  • This one is a bit tricky. You need to use a square to make the white and yellow area. Place a square to the bottom of the square is at the bottom of where the white space in the sample is. Paint the canvas yellow. Now move the square lower so the top of the square lines up with the top of the white space in the sample.

  • If you did it right you should have a white bar in the middle of your canvas surrounded by yellow.

  • Next move the square to one side, and place one on the opposite side. So the the edge of the squares will be overing where the white is in the sample. But leaving a gap in the middle for the orange and red.

  • Paint the canvas red.

  • Place down two stars. One on the left and one on the right, to cover where the red should be.

  • Paint the canvas orange.

  • Remove the stars and the squares, and place a square in the middle.

  • Paint the canvas blue.

  • Place the stars back down.

  • Paint the canvas green

  • Use squared to cover up the entire middle row.

  • Paint the canvas black.

Level 23

  • Paint the canvas blue.

  • Place circles where the blue/purple mixed circles should go.

  • Paint the canvas purple.

  • Use triangle to cover up the blue half of what the circles SHOULD look like.

  • Paint the canvas red.

  • Remove the triangles and you should have half purple half blue circles.

  • Cover the circles up with the circle shape

  • Paint the canvas blue

  • Use triangles to divide the canvas in half, and then cover all the blue on the left half.

  • Paint the canvas green.

Level 24

  • Paint the canvas yellow

  • Place the Target shape in each corner

  • Paint the canvas green.

  • Remove the target shapes and place X shapes over the corners.

  • Use the red paint. If you did it well enough the level may end here. If not continue.

  • Place targets in the corners.

  • Paint the canvas white, then purple.

  • Place a target in the center, and paint the canvas white.

  • Put the square shape over the target, and remove the target shape.

  • Paint the canvas black.

Level 25

  • Paint the canvas orange.

  • Place two squares near the top right, and bottom left corners. Leaving a gap like in the sample.

  • Paint the canvas red.

  • Use the squares to cover the top right and bottom left corners.

  • paint the canvas purple.

  • Place a circle in the center.

  • Paint the canvas black.

  • Place two squares to cover the the areas that are supposed to stay black

  • Paint the canvas purple again.

Level 26

  • This one looks really though but you only need 78% so it's not so bad if you ignore part of the painting.

  • Place two ovals, and an X just under the yellow parts. The ovals go on the sides and the X in the middle.

  • Paint the canvas yellow. then move everything up so that its just above the blue.

  • Paint the canvas blue.

  • Move the ovals and the X down just a bit so they cover some white, yellow and blue each.

  • Add another two ovals and and X to cover up the yellow. then paint the canvas purple.

  • Use more ovals and an X to cover up the parts that are supposed to be purple

  • Paint the canvas orange.

  • Cover up the parts that are supposed to be orange, and then paint the canvas black.

  • you may have to do some minor adjustments but this should get you to the 78%.

Level 27

  • Paint the canvas green.

  • Place the two target shapes and the Star

  • Paint the canvas purple.

  • Paint the canvas red to turn the green parts to black.

  • Paint the canvas blue twice to turn it purple then blue, and avoid having to paint it white, and lose the black lines.

  • When the canvas is blue place the two squares to cover where the blue should be.

  • Paint the canvas purple.

Level 28

  • Again this one looks very complicated, but you do only need 50%. You can get 45% with just the black and white parts. So the colored parts don't have to be super accurate.

  • Start by placing the four targets.

  • Now paint the canvas red.

  • Place the squiggly lines down and remove the targets.

  • Paint the canvas blue.

  • Place the ovals down.

  • Use the yellow paint.

  • If you were close with your shapes you should get at least 50% just from this.

Level 29

  • They are getting tricky now. But we are almost done!.

  • For this level lets build one section at a time. We only need 75%, so there's no need to worry about the tiny bits.

  • Start with the bottom design. Place the star down.

  • Paint the canvas yellow.

  • Place an oval over the star.

  • Paint the canvas orange.

  • Remove the oval and the star. Place the box down.

  • Use the blue paint.

  • Place an oval down in the middle of the design.

  • Use the red paint twice.

  • Cover the design up completely.

  • Let's move onto the next design. Start by placing the box shape.

  • Paint the canvas yellow.

  • Remove the box shape and place the star shape over it.

  • Use the red paint.

  • Remove the star shape

  • Use the blue paint

  • Cover the design.

  • At this point you should be very close to the goal.

  • Paint the canvas white

  • Place the box shape for the top design.(Getting familiar yet?)

  • Paint the canvas red.

  • Remove the box shape and add the star

  • Use the blue paint

  • Place the oval in the middle of the design and remove the star

  • Use the yellow paint.

Level 30

  • This one looks tough, but it's no so bad if we break it into sections. Let's start with the corners

  • Start by painting the canvas blue.

  • Place circles near each corner to cover the area that should stay blue.

  • Paint the canvas red.

  • Remove the circles, and use squares to cover each corner section.

  • Use the yellow paint.

  • Both the bottom corners
    will be complete now. Cover them.

  • Paint the canvas white.

  • Place the two circles back at the bottom.

  • Paint the canvas red.

  • Place a triangle in the center to cover the part that supposed to stay red and white.

  • Use the yellow paint.

  • Place a triangle at the bottom in the middle.

  • Use the blue paint.

  • Cover the bottom with a square.

  • Paint the canvas white.

  • Replace the four circles.

  • Use the red paint.

  • Remove the circles

  • Use the blue paint.

  • Place a square in the middle

  • Paint the canvas white.

  • Once again add the four circles, as well as the three triangles.

  • Paint the canvas black.

  • Remove the triangles

  • Use the red paint.

  • Remove the circles

  • Use the yellow paint.

  • Put the triangles back

  • Use the blue paint.

YOU ARE DONE \o/!

49 Comments

I like this game a lot. It reminds me of Bart Bonte's awesome Factory Balls games. :)

I was about to say exactly what Jay just said.

Enjoying it thoroughly and the music is good. :D

The percentage target thing makes me D: It's frustrating to see your carefully planned and placed stenciling prematurely interrupted. But this is exactly the sort of visual puzzle that there aren't enough of and deserve to be more of.

I found an annoying bug: If you click "Menu" before you click "Continue" after beating a level, you don't get credit for that level.

And since this is another one of those annoying "You have to beat every level, in order, to play the next level", you have to beat it again.

Also, the "auto-winning" once you beat the percentage is enough to make me stop playing. Yes, I am being a perfectionist, but winning at 89% when I had a 99% solution with one more click just sucks.

If they let you finish your design, fixed the bug I mentioned, and unlocked all (or the next 5) levels right away, I'd be much, much happier with this game!

This is a great game. For those having a lot of trouble, especially in the later levels, I suggest you plan out your moves before painting at all - at least find out which color you should be starting with, as that alone is generally a sure path to victory.

Level 12 is a nightmare from this perspective, but totally plausible. just remember

all of the color combinations! sometimes when it looks like you have to start with green, you actually have to start with red, go to orange, go to yellow, go to blue, and then go to green, all so you can layer the colors in other areas along the way.

Level 12 is making me want to cry.

I can't even wrap my brain around the first few steps.
D:

Hah. Level 12 is where I said, "right, this isn't casual anymore, bye!"

Putting the awesomeness of the game aside (I know you can do it!) what is the name of that piano piece?

Yeesh. Managed to get level 12 (without the white bits)

This game is taunting me...and I have an exam to study for XD

16 is driving me nuts! I'm pretty sure I've got it perfect, but I keep getting 89-90% one off the number I need...

Urgh.

haha you guys are awesome XD I tried out the game before reading the review and comments. When I read them, I'm surprised at how exactly you guys described what happened to me =P
I also thought of Bart Bonte's Factory Balls and I love both games. I was one of the people who stared in horror as the level ended when I was 1 step away from perfection. For a long time I thought there was a limit to the number of stencils I could use because I kept losing stencils on my way past the garbage bin. And level 12 was the level that said to me "stop playing + get back to work" =P

Needs a hint feature, or something.

Gets way past "casual brain teaser" a little too quickly for my taste.

Annoyingly, the puzzles are just difficult enough to make you want to quit after staring at the same thing for an hour... and then make you want to come back later.

I feel like an abused spouse. Great mechanics and idea, though.

Here are some hints

Black is the easiest of the colors to maintain so start with that first then go on to the secondary colors then the primary colors.

Yeah, the 'auto-win' feature didn't bother me too much until I got to 13, and now I know what you all mean by 'one more step'. >:(

12 gave me trouble, but I figured it out. Then I got to 16 and didn't really have any idea how to go about making it all, so I made what I knew then kinda cheated for the rest. But I won't tell how. ;)

Then I got to 22 and was done. Haha.

16:

1) Put down all six stencils at once, paint red
2) Remove the upper-left stencil of each pair, paint yellow
3) Removing remaining three stencils, paint blue.

I find that it helps to

place the stencils on the painting, then align your pointer to one of the four intersections of the guidelines before picking it up to move it to the canvas. This improved my accuracy by quite a bit.

This is fun. :-D

I got to level 9 before deciding I'd had enough for the time being. It's an interesting game, especially because it forces you to construct the painting counterintuitively.

Fun game, though the difficulty ramps up pretty quickly. Gigaclon's hint helped.

Here's a level for the JiG community :)

Psh, these levels are easy!

*arrives at level 12*

Oh...My...God...

*head explodes*

Well, now I see what all the comments on level 12 were about.

One thing I would prefer for this game to be better, would be for the shapes only to be placeable on a square or directly centered between squares.

I'm surprised 12 is giving people so many problems - imo it's definitely not even one of the harder problems in the series.

It requires no fancy mixing of colors or multiple stencils for any one color- just look at all the areas with red in them (everything but the circles), all the areas with yellow in them (everything but the X), and all the areas with the blue in them (everything but the +). So you can plop down the circles, red, X, yellow, +, blue.

The ones that made my brain explode were ones like 27, where you need to plan out multiple colors in advance and go back and forth between primary and secondary colors to get the compound shapes correctly.

12 is like 28, where you just have to look for a little bit, and are easily solvable with just

Shape(s), red, shape(s), yellow, shape(s), blue

I think the game would have benefited from one or two really hard puzzles at the end of the game, that combined the complicated shapes of 12 or 28 with the color-mixing madness of 27.

And I can't think of a reason not to have snapping with the shape placement. It's obvious where the pieces go, it's just hard to place them. The puzzle should be in the color choices, not the pixel-fudging.

Ahhhhh!!!! 23 is making my brain hurt.

overall the game was wonderful in theory and application...but what really struck me was the choice in music.

although a bit melodramatic, i felt that it set the tone of an artist confident in their own skills while pushing down a small shadow of doubt as they stare at a blank canvas - elevating into anxiety and frustration or elation depending on their progress.

does anyone happen to know the name of the song? or at least the composer?

I think games like this would be better if they taught the real subtractive primaries (and while we're at it, the additive primaries in "laser" games). This game would make a lot more sense with transparent inks of cyan, magenta, and yellow, rather than magic paint that mixes itself into bright colors that would never result in reality.

I realise IE is about as popular as an invasive medical exam with a popsicle around here, but has anyone else had this game repeatedly crash their browser? I can't even load the page anymore... not that I wasn't almost done anyway, in the "way, WAY too hard to be fun" sense.

Come to think of it, though, I'd be hard pressed to imagine puzzles that weren't this frustrating which weren't also laughably easy. I don't see a lot of middle ground there. Maybe by adding more colors?

Hint for Level 12:

Start with red.

Not too bad to figure out the blocking from there, although at first I was totally overwhelmed just by looking at the colors!

This is a fun little color mixing experience. Although I did find that in the last levels the pixel perfection got a lot more severe. It would be nice if you could hold shift to lock the x or y axis just like in the Adobe world.

For those having trouble, and those who are having their games ended prematurely by the progress bar: Remember white - it is your friend. You can reset the black (which I found to be the biggest problem with finishing the level before finishing the painting.

Also:

The idea is to find the primary color that the painting has at its base and most in common, including your secondary color parts. Next, you figure out which secondary colors can be made last. Once you figure that out, you just build the painting so that you have your black layer as an opposing secondary color to the the last primary color needed to finish the painting.

So your second to last step should be an orange, purple, or green "black" layer depending on the opposite of what primary's needed to complete your final secondary color layers. Confusing to explain but a fairly straightforward concept.

sepehr: nice level. 94%

I want to know the song as well! This game is awesome by the way, although I don't know why everyone's saying it's so hard. Maybe you just need to have a certain way of thinking to be good at these.

the music is Nocturne C# Minor by David Orr

@private:

How did you get your personal level URL to work? When I tried to copy mine, it only gave me the URL to the main game page, and you can't browse user-made levels apparently. It made me sad because I lost my creation! :(

Excellent game, though there are a few tweaks that I think would make it even better. First, I definitely second the other commenters about allowing you to keep tweaking a painting even if you pass the required percentage.
Second: an undo button, so you can erase a single step rather than starting all over each time you make a mistake.
Third: using the arrow keys to tweak the position of a stencil, like designers do in photoshop
Fourth: a place to submit and browse user-created levels.

Private:

The colors on that one are easy but the stencil placement is a nightmare. You can have what looks near perfect but each stencil might be off 2 or 3 pixels and the best you do is 75%.

Exploiting the games shortcomings doesn't make for a challenging level but is just cruel! :).

Love it!! Very nice, although I see what you mean about the game deciding that you are through with a level before you figure it out. I think a "Submit Solution" button would solve that problem--I think when I miss out on solving one level completely, I have missed an important step for later levels.

Fun game!

Here's a pretty little level for you:
http://www.candystand.com/play/copy-cat-a-painters-puzzle#?key=0008c080-ca57-447d-8024-692012f7e3ab

And Ottoman, I too found that the level editor didn't always display the correct URL... however when I copied the URL straight from my browser address bar (rather than from the gamescreen) that seemed to work for me.

Copy Cat walkthrough
Note: When the walkthrough mentions to place objects just place them as close as you can to where you think they should be.

Level 1

  • Place the four circles down, then paint the canvas red.

Level 2

  • Paint the canvas blue.

  • Place the star shape.

  • Paint the canvas yellow.

Level 3

  • Paint the canvas red.

  • Place the wave shape and the square shape

  • Paint the canvas yellow.

Level 4

  • Paint he canvas yellow and blue.

  • Please the circle shape in the center, with the X shape over top of it.

  • Paint the canvas white.

Level 5

  • Place circle shapes so 1/4 of each circle will be in the outer boxes. Like the white part in the sample.

  • Paint the canvas blue.

  • Put the circles in the trash. And place a square in each corner.

  • Paint the canvas Blue again.

Level 6

  • Start by painting the canvas red.

  • You'll have to play two wavey lines to get the red part correct.

  • Next paint the canvas yellow.

  • Place an X in the middle. And remove the two wavey lines.

  • Paint the canvas blue.

Level 7

  • Paint the canvas red

  • Place a circle at the bottom center.

  • Paint the canvas white, then blue.

  • Place a circle at the top center.

  • Paint the canvas red.

  • Place a circle in the center.

  • Remove the bottom circle

  • Paint the canvas yellow.

  • Put a circle back in the bottom center, and remove the top circle.

  • Paint the canvas yellow again.

Level 8

  • Start by painting the canvas blue.

  • Place the objects roughly how they are in this Screenshot

  • Next paint the canvas red

  • Remove all the shapes, and add a square to the middle.

  • Paint the canvas so it turns black.

Level 9

  • Start by painting the canvas green.

  • Place a circle in the middle at both the bottom and the top. Leaving a gap where the black should be in the middle.

  • Next add Red to make the canvas black

  • Place one of the circles in the center, and four crosses around it.

  • Paint the canvas white, then paint it purple using red and blue.

Level 10

  • Paint the canvas yellow.

  • Use triangles to block each corner of the triangle you are trying to make.

  • Paint the canvas blue

  • Place a triangle over the section of blue you need to cover.

  • Paint the canvas green.

  • Now place a triangle in the middle of the canvas.

  • Paint the canvas purple.

  • Place a circle in the center of the canvas.

  • Paint the canvas black.

Level 11

  • Paint the canvas green.

  • Place a circle in the middle of the canvas.

  • Paint the canvas purple.

  • Place the 5 circles around the center one to make the flower.

  • Paint the canvas yellow.

Level 12

  • Paint the canvas red, and place an X in the middle.

  • Paint the canvas orange.

  • Use two +'s to make a long line down the middle.

  • Paint the canvas White.

  • Place an X in the center

  • Paint the canvas yellow.

  • Remove the shapes, and place a + in the middle.

  • Paint the canvas purple.

  • Place an X just above and below the plus sign, then paint the canvas blue

  • place an X in the middle over the +.

  • Paint the canvas green.

  • Place a circle on the left, and the right of the canvas.

  • Paint the canvas black.

Level 13

  • Place three squares down.one in the center, one on the right and one on the left. Don't forget to leave room for the purple lines you will need. It's okay if the shapes are hanging off the edge of the canvas.

  • Paint the canvas purple.

  • Remove the squares and add the four circles.

  • Paint the canvas black.

Level 14

  • Start by placing a circle so that it will cover the snow cap on the planet at the bottom.

  • Paint the canvas green.

  • Use an ellipse on the right part of the planet, and an ellipse and a circle to make the left part.

  • Paint the canvas blue.

  • Place a circle over where the planet should be, and remove the other shapes.

  • Paint the canvas black.

Level 15

  • Paint the canvas yellow.

  • Place two circles near the top left and bottom right corners.

  • Paint the canvas orange.

  • Place a square in the top left and bottom right corner, and remove the circles.

  • Now paint the canvas red.

  • Place a circle at the top right and bottom left corner of the canvas like you did when the canvas was yellow.

  • Paint
    the canvas orange.

  • Place a square on the two remaining corners.

  • Paint the canvas blue.

  • Place two circles on opposite corner where they were when the canvas was yellow.

  • Paint the canvas purple.

  • Move the circles to the opposite sides.

  • Paint the canvas green

  • Add two more circles where you had them before.

  • Paint the canvas black.

Level 16

  • Paint the canvas blue.

  • Add the shapes to where they are blue on the sample.

  • Paint the canvas green

  • Add the shape again just beside the ones covering the blue.

  • Paint the canvas black.

Level 17

  • Start by placing a triangle where the White and red area on the sample is.

  • Paint the canvas green.

  • Place a square where the black area on the sample is.

  • Paint the canvas blue.

  • Place the circle down.

  • Paint the canvas red.

Level 18

  • Paint the canvas blue.

  • Place the square down in the middle. Put a triangle on top. And two circles on the bottom.

  • Paint the canvas purple. It wont be perfect but it should net you around a 93%.

Level 19

  • Start by painting the canvas black.

  • Use two squares on the bottom to cover up where the black area on the bottom should be.

  • Paint the canvas orange.

  • Place a square to cover up where the trunk of the tree should be.

  • Paint the canvas green.

  • Place three triangle to make the tree.

  • Paint the canvas black.

Level 20

  • Start by painting the canvas purple.

  • Place the four shapes that go in the corners.

  • Paint the canvas yellow.

  • Place the four pointed star in the center.

  • Paint the canvas green

  • Place the target shape in the center
    over the star

  • Paint the canvas black.

Level 21

  • Paint the canvas red.

  • Place the box in the middle.

  • Paint the canvas orange

  • Place the shapes like they are in this Screenshot. Its a little hard to see, but there are 3 circles, 4 gear shapes, and three boxes.

  • Paint the canvas black

Level 22

  • This one is a bit tricky. You need to use a square to make the white and yellow area. Place a square to the bottom of the square is at the bottom of where the white space in the sample is. Paint the canvas yellow. Now move the square lower so the top of the square lines up with the top of the white space in the sample.

  • If you did it right you should have a white bar in the middle of your canvas surrounded by yellow.

  • Next move the square to one side, and place one on the opposite side. So the the edge of the squares will be overing where the white is in the sample. But leaving a gap in the middle for the orange and red.

  • Paint the canvas red.

  • Place down two stars. One on the left and one on the right, to cover where the red should be.

  • Paint the canvas orange.

  • Remove the stars and the squares, and place a square in the middle.

  • Paint the canvas blue.

  • Place the stars back down.

  • Paint the canvas green

  • Use squared to cover up the entire middle row.

  • Paint the canvas black.

Level 23

  • Paint the canvas blue.

  • Place circles where the blue/purple mixed circles should go.

  • Paint the canvas purple.

  • Use triangle to cover up the blue half of what the circles SHOULD look like.

  • Paint the canvas red.

  • Remove the triangles and you should have half purple half blue circles.

  • Cover the circles up with the circle shape

  • Paint the canvas blue

  • Use triangles to divide the canvas in half, and then cover all the blue on the left half.

  • Paint the canvas green.

Level 24

  • Paint the canvas yellow

  • Place the Target shape in each corner

  • Paint the canvas green.

  • Remove the target shapes and place X shapes over the corners.

  • Use the red paint. If you did it well enough the level may end here. If not continue.

  • Place targets in the corners.

  • Paint the canvas white, then purple.

  • Place a target in the center, and paint the canvas white.

  • Put the square shape over the target, and remove the target shape.

  • Paint the canvas black.

Level 25

  • Paint the canvas orange.

  • Place two squares near the top right, and bottom left corners. Leaving a gap like in the sample.

  • Paint the canvas red.

  • Use the squares to cover the top right and bottom left corners.

  • paint the canvas purple.

  • Place a circle in the center.

  • Paint the canvas black.

  • Place two squares to cover the the areas that are supposed to stay black

  • Paint the canvas purple again.

Level 26

  • This one looks really though but you only need 78% so it's not so bad if you ignore part of the painting.

  • Place two ovals, and an X just under the yellow parts. The ovals go on the sides and the X in the middle.

  • Paint the canvas yellow. then move everything up so that its just above the blue.

  • Paint the canvas blue.

  • Move the ovals and the X down just a bit so they cover some white, yellow and blue each.

  • Add another two ovals and and X to cover up the yellow. then paint the canvas purple.

  • Use more ovals and an X to cover up the parts that are supposed to be purple

  • Paint the canvas orange.

  • Cover up the parts that are supposed to be orange, and then paint the canvas black.

  • you may have to do some minor adjustments but this should get you to the 78%.

Level 27

  • Paint the canvas green.

  • Place the two target shapes and the Star

  • Paint the canvas purple.

  • Paint the canvas red to turn the green parts to black.

  • Paint the canvas blue twice to turn it purple then blue, and avoid having to paint it white, and lose the black lines.

  • When the canvas is blue place the two squares to cover where the blue should be.

  • Paint the canvas purple.

Level 28

  • Again this one looks very complicated, but you do only need 50%. You can get 45% with just the black and white parts. So the colored parts don't have to be super accurate.

  • Start by placing the four targets.

  • Now paint the canvas red.

  • Place the squiggly lines down and remove the targets.

  • Paint the canvas blue.

  • Place the ovals down.

  • Use the yellow paint.

  • If you were close with your shapes you should get at least 50% just from this.

Level 29

  • They are getting tricky now. But we are almost done!.

  • For this level lets build one section at a time. We only need 75%, so there's no need to worry about the tiny bits.

  • Start with the bottom design. Place the star down.

  • Paint the canvas yellow.

  • Place an oval over the star.

  • Paint the canvas orange.

  • Remove the oval and the star. Place the box down.

  • Use the blue paint.

  • Place an oval down in the middle of the design.

  • Use the red paint twice.

  • Cover the design up completely.

  • Let's move onto the next design. Start by placing the box shape.

  • Paint the canvas yellow.

  • Remove the box shape and place the star shape over it.

  • Use the red paint.

  • Remove the star shape

  • Use the blue paint

  • Cover the design.

  • At this point you should be very close to the goal.

  • Paint the canvas white

  • Place the box shape for the top design.(Getting familiar yet?)

  • Paint the canvas red.

  • Remove the box shape and add the star

  • Use the blue paint

  • Place the oval in the middle of the design and remove the star

  • Use the yellow paint.

Level 30

  • This one looks tough, but it's no so bad if we break it into sections. Let's start with the corners

  • Start by painting the canvas blue.

  • Place circles near each corner to cover the area that should stay blue.

  • Paint the canvas red.

  • Remove the circles, and use squares to cover each corner section.

  • Use the yellow paint.

  • Both the bottom corners
    will be complete now. Cover them.

  • Paint the canvas white.

  • Place the two circles back at the bottom.

  • Paint the canvas red.

  • Place a triangle in the center to cover the part that supposed to stay red and white.

  • Use the yellow paint.

  • Place a triangle at the bottom in the middle.

  • Use the blue paint.

  • Cover the bottom with a square.

  • Paint the canvas white.

  • Replace the four circles.

  • Use the red paint.

  • Remove the circles

  • Use the blue paint.

  • Place a square in the middle

  • Paint the canvas white.

  • Once again add the four circles, as well as the three triangles.

  • Paint the canvas black.

  • Remove the triangles

  • Use the red paint.

  • Remove the circles

  • Use the yellow paint.

  • Put the triangles back

  • Use the blue paint.

YOU ARE DONE \o/!

Kero, I'm having trouble following your instructions for level 10.

Bah: It's fixed now. Sorry about that. I don't know what I did to mess up that level so much, haha.

I don't know about the rest of them, but the one in the main screenshot is enough to scare me away...!

Thanks Ribs for your simple rundown of level 12. Was unable to complete it without pounding my head on the keyboard, but you've simplified possibly the whole game. Now for level 13...


I tried to make this puzzle difficult in concept, but not in execution. That is, the pieces are placed so that you can use the grid as a landmark without having to guess at pixels. Enjoy!

here is one link: aign=CopyCat-vrl#?key=7e156183-9e25-433c-b8af-3636eb1b5d41
please do it and I'd also like to see you try ^^

ohhh now i see level 12. wow. i ... think.. im.. having a heart attack.

just finished it.
this game is so awesome!

and yeah, I cheated with the original grid to get the placement down. I feel like the real challenge was figuring out the order in which you put down all the shapes/colors.

Great concept, but the scary level is 30. I've given up on it, too lazy to bother doing the walkthrough.

The Walkthrough at the top is completely doing it the hard way!... the last levels are way simpler than what it tells you to do. Just glancing at the walk through for lvl 30, it looked like about 40 steps...thats crazy... here's how I did it:

put the four triangles down making a cross with them from the center tile, paint blue. Take those off. Next put the circles down making a square with them, just put them where they look like they should go relative to the reference painting-paint red and then remove them. Then make an X with the squares from the center tile (attached by the corners) then paint yellow. done.
This one takes a little fine tuning to get the percentage because of the amount of sections I guess. I felt really happy when i got this one on my first try... I also got a little lucky because i guessed the first color right and then the rest were obvious.
And as for level 29... you do not do them individually. just start with the cage thing bottom left and the star on the right and the oval on top ( i think...) then paint red, rotate all the shapes, paint blue, rotate again, paint yellow. Or something very similar. The main idea is to rotate and paint diff color every time.

I Loved this game!!! Great Idea... seemes like a cake walk, but it's anything but.

I don't know what you guys are talking about, level 12 is easy.

Put down the two circles
Paint red
Put down the X
Paint yellow
Put down the +
Paint blue

You have to think in terms of negatives; that red or yellow or blue appears everywhere in the painting EXCEPT certain spot.

Name of the song is Nocturne C# minor

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