Create a Picture Game

Mimi the Artist has created online games that have picture pieces that you drag across the screen and leave them where you think they look best! This game is similar to Colorforms, a favorite game of Mimi's from long ago!  Each and every time that you play one of these games the finished picture will look different!  If you want to save your picture follow these steps:

1. On a Windows computer- Hold down the following 2 keys all at once, Alt+PrintScreen (which will copy the picture), then past the image into a Paint or Word document or other piece of software. (Hint: To paste the image, first place your cursor into the document then hold down the 2 keys- Ctrl+v   (don't use the + key, Mimi just typed the plus sign into the directions to help you out)

2. On a Mac- Hold down the following keys all at once, Command+Shift+4, you will then notice that the arrow cursor now looks like a photography bulls-eye, while holding down your mouse button, drag it diagonally down from one corner of your picture to the opposite corner, then let go of your mouse button.  You have now saved the image to the Desktop!

 

Use the picture pieces from the right side of the underwater scene, drag the pictures to the center to create your very own underwater mermaid art work!

If you do not see the game below it is because you are using an iPad or iPhone.  Don't worry, there are many FREE apps that will let you run this Adobe FLASH game! The Puffin Browser is one example! It is available in a FREE version and a paid one.

(A special "thank you" to Mimi's student, Mia, who was only 6 years old when she drew all of the faces for Mimi's mermaids!)


 

 

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Drag the pictures of planets, rocket ships and robot pieces from the sides to the center area to create your own outer space  picture!

If you are using an iPad or iPhone to play some of these games you will need to use a browser that can play games made with Adobe FLASH. There is a FREE browser named Puffin that you may download and then all of Mimi's "Create a Picture" and "Color me" games will work on your Apple handhelds.

 

Drag the pictures from the sides to create your own snowy picture!

If you are using an iPad or iPhone to play some of these games you will need to use a browser that can play games made with Adobe FLASH. There is a FREE browser named Puffin that you may download and then all of Mimi's "Create a Picture" and "Color me" games will work on your Apple handhelds.

 

 

Drag the "spooky" pictures from the sides to create your own Halloween picture!

If you are using an iPad or iPhone to play some of these games you will need to use a browser that can play games made with Adobe FLASH. There is a FREE browser named Puffin that you may download and then all of Mimi's "Create a Picture" and "Color me" games will work on your Apple handhelds.