Picture Me Dinosaur

Picture Me Dinosaur 1.0

A three-in-one application to paint your own dinosaurs and play up to 6 games!
5.0  (2 votes) (See all)

"Picture Me Dinosaur" is a three-in-one application set in the times when dinosaurs roamed the world. A green triceratops acts as your kind host, and he will help you to move through the different games and coloring pages. Some games are pure fun while others are designed to expand your knowledge about dinosaurs too. This application is intended for kids aged from 5 to 12.

It allows up to 8 simultaneous players, letting you share the games with your friends and/or your family. The games are structured into three areas: ‘Play!’, ‘Create!’, and ‘Explore!’. The ‘Create!’ area is the one that gives name to the whole program; here you can use included dinosaur templates to re-create your own world of dinosaurs. You can paint them using different colors, and add as many figures as you wish. Once the whole picture is complete, you can make your dinosaurs walk backwards and forwards at different speeds, or print your own bright-colored dinosaur world!

You will find as many as 6 different games in the ‘Play!’ and ‘Explore!’ areas. They all have various levels of difficulty to help you test your different skills. Some of them require basic knowledge about dinosaurs, while others will test your visual memory, your reflexes, your concentration skills, and your intuition.

The program maximizes upon execution and covers all the space on the screen. Although advertised as suitable for all kids between 5 and 12 years of age, the layout and graphic design used in menus and games will make it look more attractive to the youngest ones. Big buttons, bright flat colors, and oversized texts and figures made up with clear lines are certainly more appealing to kids aged from 5 to 8 or 9.

Francisco Martínez
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Review summary


  • A good mix of fun games and basic learning about the world of dinosaurs
  • Oversized layout and graphics for the youngest ones


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