Sponge Art, released by Good Job Games, is a unique puzzle game that is simple to learn yet tough to master. The game lets you build different figures using a sponge block tied together with rubber bands. You're scored based on how close you can get the assembled figure to the target image.
Sponge Art features an array of figures and building materials, including fruits, animals and inanimate objects such as wine bottles and coffee mugs. You can even create your avatar in this interactive crafts game. If you enjoy this game, try out other alternative games such as Wood Block Puzzle, Sand Balls and Paperama.
Sponge Art is an incredibly fun collection of virtual puzzles—something you can keep playing on your device for hours on end. You’re given an image of an object and tasked with using rubber bands to squeeze parts of your sponge to copy the image as closely as possible. Then, you’re given a percentage based on your accuracy.
The graphics are bright and colourful—they’re really nice to look at while playing. You can make your way through dozens of levels, interacting with many types of sponges. Sadly, the experience is tarnished by ads that play at the end of every completed puzzle. Although they’re expected, they happen far too often.
Using sponges to create art
Sponge Art is a game that lets you create unique shapes from a sponge and rubber bands. It’s an exciting game that lets you use your creative muscles. It incorporates rubber bands, which are tied into different shapes to create interesting designs and a cutter for precision to help players craft their works into something more accurate.
Unique experience for kids
When you’re playing Sponge Art, you're working with a sponge to take an image and mould it into a unique piece of art. Sponge Art has bright colours and brilliant gameplay mechanics, while also being easy for players of all ages to enjoy. It has cheery sound effects and music that will keep children engaged. Unfortunately, the game is interrupted by obnoxious ads after every puzzle. These interruptions sour an otherwise enjoyable experience.