Doodle Fill (iPhone)

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Description

There is an old topographical chestnut illustrated as a political cartography problem: if you have a map with a given number of countries clustered on it, what is the fewest amount of colours you can use to give each region a different colour without bordering on another region sharing its colour? It's rather more intellectual than this game, but ultimately they share the same concern.

This game presents a number of aesthetically pleasing abstract geometrical line drawings in black and white, divided up into various complete segments. At the player's disposal are four pencil crayons, each of a different colour. The player's challenge in a given level (and there are a lot of them) is to colour in every part of each level's drawing -- tapping on a crayon and then the area flood-fills the area -- without having any two adjacent areas of the same colour. Making things interesting, every level has a time limit -- and your own manual dexterity on the small iPhone screen may vary. Areas coloured in error can be re-coloured as often as you like, but the clock is always ticking.

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Doodle Fill iPhone This one, nearly solved, is a lovely visual composition.
Doodle Fill iPhone The levels get more interesting...
Doodle Fill iPhone Just so you could observe the negative consequences of failing to meet the time limit
Doodle Fill iPhone You don't have to be a rocket scientist to solve the first level.

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Alternate Titles

  • "Doodle Fill: An Addictive Casual Game For All" -- Demo version

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Pseudo_Intellectual (58650) added Doodle Fill (iPhone) on May 15, 2011