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My Paint: The Animated Paint Program is a Sega Mega-CD paint program developed by WayForward Technologies and published by Saddleback Graphics. Seeing an exclusive United States release in 1994, it is primarily aimed towards children, offering features such as a 200-image coloring book and freeform painting suite.
Music and sound
The program’s soundtrack features notable artists Bob Weir and Rob Wasserman, who had previously toured together before collaborating on My Paint.
Similar to the Commodore Amiga original, the Sega Mega-CD release was warmly received by reviewers, who considered its simple presentation and extensive coloring book perfect for younger audiences. The home computer versions in particular were reviewed as being superior to competing children’s paint programs, with multiple reviewers stating it was the program they would have their own children use.
- Main article: My Paint: The Animated Paint Program/Magazine articles.
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