This article contains everything you need to know about Arkadium’s Coloring book for Grown-Ups Game. 


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How to Play 

There's an archive full of great art to color. To get started, select from an assortment of thematic color palettes located on the left of your screen.

Unlike traditional paper coloring books, Coloring Book for Grown-Ups allows you to zoom in and out using the zoom buttons on the right side of the screen or your mouse wheel. Not happy with your color palette selection or where you placed a color? No problem. You can reset and recolor your painting as many times as you like each day. Use the eyedropper tool on the bottom left of the screen to quickly grab a color you used previously.

If you need to take a break at any time, your progress for the day will be saved. However, be careful not to wait too long, as a new image will refresh daily. When you've completed your masterpiece, you can easily download it to your device by using the download button on your screen's bottom right.

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This is where you start. You can pick the category of art you'd like.

Then you can choose the image you'd like to color.

There are other options in this starting screen.


Clicking on the music icon turns the music on or off.

Clicking on the sound icon turns the sounds on or off.


The game has a vast array of settings to get acquainted with. Here is a numbered screenshot with all of the options available.

1. Colors. These are all the colors you can choose to use. Simply click on any of them and on the art itself to color that part of the art with the color you've chosen. Use the Dropper at the bottom to click on any color in the art itself to pick it from there instead of the regular color selection.

2. Color types. These change the variety of colors that you see on the left. You can pick any icon, and you'll have a variety based around that color tone or theme. For example, if you click on the red or brown, you'll have shades or red or brown. If you click on the polar bear, you'll access cold colors. The candy will give you sweeter colors. Be sure to explore all of your options.

3. Menu. This option will take you back to the introduction menu, while saving all of your coloring. You can come back to the coloring by clicking in the art again.

4. Start Over. If you'd like to start over from the beginning, this option will reset all of the colors back to white, so that if you're not happy with the options that you've picked, you can have a fresh start.

5. Zoom. This allows you to move the art closer or farther, so that you can color those smaller, harder-to-reach spots.

6. Save. This option saves the colored art to your computer, so you can keep your work as an image for as long as you'd like, or even print it.

7. Undo. If you don't like the last color you've placed, the undo option lets you undo the last thing you've done. You can click it several times to undo each of your steps.