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Rating: 4.4/5 (56 votes)
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I think the "Incredible Ink" game uses also similar system, where you need to draw things on screen. The gameplay itself is quite different, but the "drawing" part looks similar.


Do you have any idea how much i adore your site? Have a smiley good day.


Tonypa, do you have an Ink link? =) I'd like to check that one out.

Anne, you've just made my day full of smiles. Thank you. =)


i didnt like this game because it was way to easy for my higher standards of gaming.

Kristofski July 5, 2005 8:14 PM

I love the graphics in this, they remind me of the guy who did the very hungry caterpiller and the angry ladybird and all that. Good stuff!


Jay I just LOVE your site. Thanks so much. This is by FAR the site I come to when im feeling like playing a good game. Your reviews are wonderful.. and I love this game :) It keeps me occupied, and even though it IS simple - it's addicting!


Thanks, Taylor! You rock my world! =)

...oh, and Loop is pretty good, too. ;)

burakkichu October 5, 2005 1:24 PM

this was fun. :)


For some reason my ShockWave player gets stuck trying to load this game, and I have the latest player.


The same thing happened to me, so i closed the game the opened it again, and it worked =).
I have no idea why that help though.


Arcade at my college had an Atari game named Quantum (1982), where you used a trackball to draw loops around atoms to capture them.

camille-martine August 17, 2009 11:53 PM

i always wondered if 'ada' catching butterflies was a Nabokov reference


best. game. ever. I'm so glad it's come up in the vault, I'd forgot all about it!


Love this


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