This is a slightly altered Amiga port. It's a simple paint program and colouring book. While the Amiga version was ideal for encouraging the creativity of younger aspiring artists, this is hampered by the control method: draw a picture using a remote keypad and it ends up all straight lines and horizontals. With this part of the program rendered almost uselss, you're left with an on-screen colouring book.
The 100 or so line drawings which are there to be coloured are pretty decent, and numbers and alphabet add an educational angle. Yes, it's fun. But it's not special, and it's worse than the Amiga original.