Since the very beginning, Snapchat has always played its part differently in the world of social media. While other popular applications like Tiktok and Instagram were busy introducing new features to their lens, Snapchat took the opportunity to bring something completely out of the box for its millions of users. Recently, Snapchat launched its anime lens, which bagged the viewership of around 3 billion in only seven days, and the number continues to grow to date. This time, Snapchat has launched an online multiplayer painting game where the bitcoins avatars of the users walk the map and paint the boxes to come up with a masterpiece that could be viewed at the end.
The company has revealed that the game is embedded with three major buttons, namely Paint, Map, and Move. As implied by their names, these functions allow the avatar to move around the map and paint. To start the game, first, you will have to pick a server which will be in the form of islands, and then scribble your way forward, all the while keeping in touch with your friends through voice chat.
The whopping success and appreciation of bitmojis by the users in recent years has given the company enough reasons to build even better features in the future. Before Snapchat, people had never imagined an avatar that looked like them and represented them in areas like maps, graphics, and emojis. To step up and push the wheels even further, the company has decided to put forth an idea that entertains more than one person and brings joy to the users in this difficult time. As said by the co-founder of Bitmojies, Ba Blackstock, “Our goal with Bitmoji has always been to be the world’s avatar, to give people a digital version of themselves that represents them and lets them be themselves online”, it is truly noticeable that their wish has been granted, that too with massive success.
The company is all set to bring the game out for its dear users. The head of games and entertainment partnerships, John Imah, who has already walked several maps in the game and painted a few as well, is waiting impatiently for the users to have the same experience as he did. Upon reviewing the communication and other features of this game, John said, “You can send fun messages, and also even [make] giant landscapes, all these things are all possible in Bitmoji Paint.”
It is almost surprising to note how the company escaped the mainstream trends and built a world that is completely new to the people. Considering the successful experiences by the popular company in the past years, it is very likely that this painting game will prove to be a record-breaker just like the previous programs have.