Paint Girl

Table of Contents

Paint Girl is a lewd painter game with no particular theme.


(Adult) Content?
(FxM) Sexual content.

No. Woot! Woot!

Hours of Gameplay?
One hour.

Modding Support?

Patch Available?
Download as DLC.


Connect dots and create animated masterpieces with your trusty paint bucket and magic roller. If you find connecting dots to be a fun and wholesome experience, there’s eight ladies to color and draw. If you don’t find connecting dots to be fun (or wholesome), there’s a “quick draw” gauge that periodically fills, which can be used to autocomplete small portions of each level. Once you finish “drawing” an image, you will unlock its respective CG in the gallery.


There is no story (and I’m not making one up).


The titlescreen looks great, except for one little thing — the “quit” button is spelled “quite”. The user-interface is very appealing. From the “gearbox” icon, you can adjust audio, language and display preferences. CGs can be reviewed from the “Gallery”, and finished “drawings” can be viewed from the level-select screen (by hovering over a completed level and hitting the “magnifying glass”.) The user-interface can’t be hidden, which really sucks.

The Goods

There are eight animated CGs to unlock, each with up to four variants depicting stages sexual intercourse. In the final option, you can hold down the mouse button to advance a timer and reach climax (which is unfortunately not animated.) The art and animations are really good, but it falls short of top-notch. The characters look imposed, and sometimes they move like jelly.


I definitely recommend this game, though the gameplay won’t appeal to everyone. Given the sexual content, this is great buy, and I’d recommend this title for the CGs alone. It’s a shame the user-interface can’t be hidden when viewing the artwork — the ability to do so would vastly improve the game. However, this is a competent, relaxing game to play. Paint Girl is one of the better “painter” games I’ve played this year, and well worth a purchase.

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