Finish the drawing around the line of symmetry.
"This is a great activity to practice your drawing and math skills. It’s also fun for any age to try to finish the drawing."
Love this game
Don’t get wrong this game is literally amazing but I wish instead of tapping to color the image you could drag your finger and color besides that and a bug in the cat image I absolutely love this game
I wish they had more levels that would be great
Please add more levels!
The only reason why I gave it 4 stars is because it needs way more levels. This is really fun, don’t get me wrong, but it desperately needs more levels. 😩😩😩
Good app but needs more levels and the cat was not symmetrical... to me, symmetry means that if I fold the paper in half then everything should line up exactly.
This app is fun to really fun to play! I can’t wait for the new levels!
Don’t bother getting this app. It doesn’t save your progress so you always have to start at the beginning. There aren’t enough puzzles. What appears to be the last puzzle can’t be solved despite what another review says. It’s a grumpy cat. I’ve done it 3 times and despite counting carefully and having someone else double check I’m still a few pixels off. My best guess that there’s a stray pixel on the grid outside of the screen. I’ve tried zooming in but it won’t let me see the far left bottom corner to check. Worthless app. It would be fun if it worked.
This is a awesome game but I have one suggestion. I think you should be able to slid your finger over the boxes to fill them instead of tapping EVERY SINGLE BOX!!!! That is my only complaint and overall it's a great game😊🦄😊🦄😊🦄
I would like you too add more symmetry to the game.
By Morgan youngberg
Progress lost. Ughhhh
Good for retraining brain.
Symmetry - using it to train my brain to handle partial loss of peripheral vision in lower left quadrant. -looking out from eyes. My brain fills in missing blanks by slight movements of eyes to focus left or right or up and down. The faster I can do this, (completing the symmetrical black figure), the more I can see the whole picture in daily functioning.