New simulation game uses MS Paint art in fulfilling a frustrated artist’s dreams

New simulation game uses MS Paint art in fulfilling a frustrated artist’s dreams

Have you always felt like you may have been a successful artist in another lifetime?

If you are, then this new simulation game is perfect for you!

Passpartout: The Starving Artist is a recently released simulation game that lets players experience life as an artist selling art for a living. Initially, the game may sound intimidating. But it’s actually super simple. You basically just need to sell any crappy MS Paint creations you have in front of your art stand for Parisian passers-by to purchase. It doesn’t matter if they’re not up to par as a real-life work of art. As long as it’s made with either a spray paint can or a pen, it’s good enough for the game.

The exchange of art and money goes on for a time and a critic eventually visits your stand and makes you famous by reviewing your work on the newspaper. What better way to feed your frustrated artist dreams!

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