Review: Joy Exhibition
At a Glance
|This game is recommended!
While there are many great games out there, this is one manages to be good fun and stay fairly true to Christian moral values.
If you're looking to add a new game to your collection, consider this one!
|ESRB Rating:||NR - Not Rated|
|Review Published On:||December 22nd, 2015|
The artwork you create is automatically saved* in the "Artwork" folder located in the same directory as the game's executable*. If you want, you can also manually save* the artwork via the pause menu.
This "game" is basically an imaginatively designed art program, so there's nothing to worry about.
This game takes place in a surreal and alien art gallery. Iridescent humanoids wander the halls, looking for things that to find interesting. Your job is to provide them with visual entertainment by creating abstract paintings in the gallery's central area (or "studio").
The twist, however, is that while the studio does provide canvases for you to use, there are no paintbrushes, pencils, markers, crayons, or other normal art supplies. Instead, you'll find a large rack of colorful firearms on each side of the door. You'll be using these to paint your masterpieces. None of the weapons are actually dangerous, as they're designed to spray paint in various fanciful ways. On the downside, they rarely shoot straight and often have distracting secondary features, so you're probably not going to be able to paint anything other than abstract art.
Once you've finished with a painting, step outside the studio and line it up with a different canvas. This will allow the aliens access to the work, and many of them will stop to take a look. None of them can speak our language, but you can still get an idea of what they think of your doodles.
If you'd like a little fun playing around with paint, try downloading this game and shooting the canvases for a bit.
Points of Interest
If you really like how one of the paintings turned out, saving it is just a matter of selecting an option in the game's menu. From there you can upload it to your social media* accounts and share it with everyone. With enough practice, you might be able to make some truly unique and interesting wallpaper*.