Seems pretty good, but I like the app, I feel like it has great potential. But the only problem that I have with it is the lack of precision. When I use the zoom tool it only has one magnification and that one setting lacks the needed zoom to precisely place the pixels. If there were more settings for the zoom I feel like it would make it tremendously easier to use. That, and having an adjustable grid system. Please fix, I look forward to using the completed experience.
So close So much potential but does not handle large(er than your screen) images well.. In large images there is scrolling just a move like feature that actually moves the layer.
Horrible interface The app is pretty good but its UI is damn awful: cursor-like mouse emulation makes this program very hard to master. Seems to me it'd much easier to use Deluxe Paint via Amiga emulators than trying to draw smth on Android's GrafX2.
So close I wanted this to work, I really did. It was too laggy and the resolution couldn't be lowered enough.
It lags It looks so great but it lags so badly that whatever I draw doesnt show up until after im done. Its a huge bummer :(
Oh heck yes! If your first computer didn't load programs from casette tapes, then don't leave a review. I used Deluxe Paint back in the 90s, and I was catapulted back to those halcyon days as soon as I opened this. Freaking perfect follow on with extra utility and file support. Stuff we never got on the MS-DOS version. Really well done guys. Sometimes it won't survive swapping windows to another app, but then again I couldn't on my 386 back in the day.
Updated to the latest GrafX2 version
Support for Android built-in fonts and non-English text input.
Fixed crash on pre-JB devices (once again).