One Line Coloring is a puzzle game developed by MythicOwl has been on Steam since August 21, 2020. If you love a relaxing game that resembles a “coloring” book it’s for you. If human I caught your attention, then let’s find out the review together.
One line coloring is literally a coloring book with very soft tones. Once you connect all the dots you will create a colorful image with 3D polygonal shapes. Some subjects will be completed in seconds and others you’ll have to think about as there are limits and you can draw on the same line more than once. Or if a point has multiple lines going through that point more than once, but only if one line remains intact.
As you go on the obstacles increase as do the lines that can only be drawn in one direction. In some cases you can choose the starting point, and other times the game will fix your starting position and from there manage to connect all the points. Don’t worry, once you get the hang of it it will be easy to solve all the dots, so don’t worry if you can’t solve the images right away initially. Someone has finished in an afternoon three scenarios not to say.
The scenarios are different as initially it is a garden, then a beach, ocean and also a space, you know? Besides the art of Low Poly Line is beautiful. One Line Coloring has 100 curated patterns as well as six unique themes and I loved the pastel graphics with the soundtrack that manages to relax your mind after a stressful day.
The price of One Line Coloring is around € 3.99 on Steam, available for PC and Switch, I recommend playing it with headphones and in times of stress.
Free digital copy of the game provided to us by the developer for review purposes