Pictionary: The Game of Quick Draw (ZX Spectrum)

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Description

Based on the board game, the object is guess a word or phrase based on a drawing. There are five categories - Person/Place/Animal, Object, Action, a category of difficult puzzles, and an All Play category. The amount of time to guess an answer can be altered.

These drawings are done using a cut-down variant of a paint package, which you can practice with to get your drawing skills up to scratch. You are not limited to freehand drawing - lines, boxes, circles and curves can be drawn, with variable ink colours and line thickness. After each question the game will tell you the answer and ask which player (if any) got the correct answer. Pictionary can be played against the computer, or with multiple players.

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Pictionary: The Game of Quick Draw ZX Spectrum The Help option shows the current score, copyright information
Pictionary: The Game of Quick Draw ZX Spectrum The computer draws another picture, then another etc until the game is complete
Pictionary: The Game of Quick Draw ZX Spectrum That 'Well Done' was deserved. To continue the game the player(s) must point the cursor at the 'Continue game' box and press 'Fire', alternatively the 'C' action key also does the job
Pictionary: The Game of Quick Draw ZX Spectrum Eighteen seconds to draw a square! 
Seems like the computer's time-wasting

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Sinclair User Jan, 1993 89 out of 100 89
ACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment) Jan, 1990 550 out of 1000 55

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Martin Smith (63071) added Pictionary: The Game of Quick Draw (ZX Spectrum) on Sep 08, 2004
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