The last of this week’s new Android games lets Android users step into the shoes of a starving artist in Flamebit Games’ Passpartout. Players will have to navigate the French art scene as they attempt to sell their paintings and eke out a living while having enough money for wine and baguettes. That means trying to satisfy the whims of art buyers while trying to maintain your own artistic integrity. Players start with next to nothing, and can move up in the world and unlock new studios to work in, customers to buy your art, and even end up with your work in a museum. Or you can be just another failed scribbler. Passpartout: The Starving Artist was first released on Steam in June 2017. During its time on Steam it has received 78% reviews.
Passpartout: The Starving Artist is $4.99 and does not contain any ads or in app purchases. Here is an excerpt from the game’s description and a trailer with more information:
You start out from a moldy storage unit you call home and must paint to pay your bills and become a renowned artist. Art is subjective, however, and you’re going to need figure out what type of art your customers actually want to buy. Will your art be the centerpiece of a future exhibition or firewood to warm you and your broken dreams?
Interested? Check out the Passpartout: The Starving Artist on Google Play.