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Rating: 3.6/5 (44 votes)
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Famous Paintings Parodies 9Almost as long as a subjective subject like art has been around, there have been subtle (and less subtle) ways to poke fun at it. Munguia's Famous Paintings Parodies 9 challenges your knowledge of paintings along with tickling your sense of humor, falling squarely on the not subtle side of things. If you ever read the "Getting to Know..." series as a kid, you might recall the cartoonish portrayals of famous artists and their careers. Munguia this a step further, parodying the artwork itself with colorful drawings based (loosely!) on the original paintings. Your task is to reverse-engineer the colorful drawings and figure out the name and artist.

If this is starting to conjure up bad memories from art class tests past, don't worry - this pop quiz will be quite a bit easier. Each question is multiple choice with only three potential answers. Often, one answer is a song, book, movie, or some other element of pop culture. This makes the level of difficulty somewhat low, so fans of the arts should have little difficulty identifying them. I also mentioned reverse-engineering the parodies, but if inclined, you can also cheat and see the original work if you hover over an "eye" type icon on the right-hand side.

The game is controlled entirely with the mouse, mainly through clicking one of the options for the name of the painting. Despite a few glitches and music that hits a few beats too hard on the ears, I think you will make fun of art in more than one sense with this game!

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