Color a Dinosaur
Color a Dinosaur is a coloring "video game" made for the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1993. Tommy Tallarico was responsible for the music in the game.
Why It Sucks
- It shouldn't even count as a game; it's just an electronic coloring book.
- There are no mini-games, and there is no animation.
- Very little content is in the game. There are only 16 images to color and the only tool available for coloring is the paint bucket to fill in a section with a certain color. You can't even create a custom color palette to color with, you can only choose from a very limited selection of color palettes.
- It can take up to a whole minute for the game to fully color the area of the image you selected, and you cannot do a thing with the game while it does this, so you must wait until it is done painting in the image.
- It has no options to save any images you already colored.
- The SNES and Mario Paint were already out, so releasing it for the NES was a baffling choice.
The Only 2 Redeeming Qualities
- Despite that it's a bad game, It might be fun for kids and younger audiences.
- it has feature Paint Bucket tool, so making paint will be faster. (According to AVGN on LJN video art episode)
When James Rolfe and Mike Matei played this in James and Mike Mondays, Mike flat-out said that Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde was more of a game than this.
It has also received a cult following on SiIvagunner.