Spectra – Camera Painting


Camera Painting – art coloring game

“I had a chance to play with the app before its general release, and I must say I enjoyed the whole premise and execution of the game. It was great fun to search for just the right hue in the surrounding area. Frustrating yes, but entertaining. Developer of the game, Clive Skinner says one player called the game, “Pokemon Go meets coloring books” and I can see that. It’s an unusual challenge, and its free, so I’d suggest a visit to the App Store to download it and give it a try.” MacTrast

“Spectra – Camera Painting is an enjoyable game for the iPhone and iPad. I found it to be a great time waster in situations where I was waiting on someone or something. Plus, it makes a great way to unwind in the evening after work. I highly recommend Spectra – Camera Painting to anyone who is looking for an offbeat puzzle challenge that really is unlike anything they may have played before. And, for the rock-bottom cost of “free,” it doesn’t cost a dime to try it out.” MacOSXNews

“The object here is to walk around the room that you are in and find objects that have the colors that are present in your wheel. You find the colors by lining the image up with your camera. If you need more light, along the top row is an icon of a flash light. Pressing it, turns on the light. As you find a color in the wheel, you get a check mark for that color, and that places in the picture that match that color get filled in above the magnifying glass. You continue to do this until your picture is complete, or you get tired walking around. Overall, it is a cute application.” TouchArchive

“We found this app very unique and interesting. We have never seen the use of camera so effectively in the game domain! This app is addictive and can keep the user engaged for long time.” HowzUrApp

“The entire concept of this app is wholly its own, which is why it really stands out from other apps that also deal with painting and the visual arts in general. As said above, there are still a relatively small number of apps that include free interaction with your immediate surroundings, making Spectra easily stand out and wow its audience. The app also opens up a lot of opportunities for interaction with friends and family, especially if you consider the lengthy color-hunting that would ensue, and this fact ultimately underscores its value.” iPhone Apps Review Online