Match To Paint
Match To Paint
The name of the game does not lie in the slightest - everything you need to know about the game itself is in it. At the start you have only one painting which introduces you to the simple mechanics of matching the two cubes of the same color in order to progress. By unlocking more levels, or paintings, the structures made out of cubes get more complex. This introduces the 3d aspect, allowing you to spin the cube structures around in order to find the matching colored ones. The challenge in this being that there is a limited time to solve each structure from the moment you interact with the first cube.
Everything about the game moves smoothly, the colors cannot be mixed up except for the purple and pink being somewhat similar depending on the shade and angle. After a while the time starts getting tighter and the structures noticeably more complex, getting to where you must first inspect the combination of cubes in detail before starting the timer.
Finishing paintings unlocks them in your gallery hall, where the goal is to unlock all the available paintings, which is not an easy challenge to take on.
Basically it is like “mahjong”, if in mahjong you could turn the table around to match the covered tiles, and if the tiles were all in different colors, or when you finished a tile setup in mahjong, it also finished a generated painting themed after fruits, animals or similar.