Polish your artful side with Qbics Paint

Polish your artful side with Qbics Paint

The 27th of July 2017 is a very special day, because that’s when Qbics Paint hits the Nintendo Switch. You don’t use a mouse or a keyboard to sculpt the blocks that make up your picture. Instead you sculpt them  with your fingers by touching the touchscreen of the Nintendo Switch.

Though the game doesn’t really have an intended age, and everyone can enjoy freeing the characters from their blocks or creating pictures in the Maker Mode, there’s certainly a niche for kids of younger ages so they can train their spatial cision and motor skills.

Price wise you shouldn’t feel pressured for the game will be €4,99/$4,99/£4,99

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First game ever was Crash Bandicoot 3 Warped, ever since then, gaming has been something that I've gravitated to. Reading's fun but not as interactive. Always up for a bout of online multiplayer. If that multiplayer is co-op. So if you are up for a friendly co-op session, hit me up. Rahenik's the name to search on PSN.

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