I Can Draw

Try the I Can Draw game to paint funny scenes featuring Tom and Jerry. Carefully go through each step and draw over the lines to bring them back to life!

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About I Can Draw Game

  • Game Type
    HTML5
  • Requirements
    Any Browser
  • Supported Devices
    Desktop, Mobile, Tablet
  • Game Resolution
    790 x 460
  • Published Date
  • Play Count
    18135
  • Vote Count
    938
  • Rating
    64%

Oh no! It seems that in the I Can Draw game, the animators of the Tom and Jerry show did not do their jobs properly! So many scenes from the cartoon were left unfinished by them! So many children will be disappointed to see that.

There is only one way to save the day! You will have to draw the incomplete parts of the scenes. Since you already know so many things about Tom and Jerry, it should be a piece of cake for you! All you have to do is follow the instructions, and everything will go back to normal.

How to Play

First, you need to gather up your strength and pick one of the scenes available. Any of them should do. Fortunately, for the rest of the game, you will not need any fancy art supplies. For our purposes today, your mouse is more than enough!

After choosing a drawing, you will need to get down to the proper work. Your mouse will function as the artist's magical pen. For each step of the masterpiece, you will have to follow the lines. Just click and hold to make it work. Once you figured all that out, simply go over the guidelines to finish a little part of the picture.

Fortunately for you, the magical pen does the coloring by itself! But don't let yourself carried away by the appearances. These contours have to be traced in only one swift movement! Otherwise, you will find one weird version of your favorite cartoon moving around helplessly.

What else you should know

To encourage you to do the job in the best possible way, the game also features a progress meter. It tells you how much you have done already and what is still left to be drawn. More than that, it also tells you what body parts you have already finished! It is just like a very quiet assistant.

This is a great way to enjoy being creative without making a mess around you. Everything is at your fingertips, from the choice of the scenes to the way you do the drawing!