View Poll Results: Do remember Colorforms (61 years old!)? Which was your favorite?
Miss Weather 0 0%
Silly Faces 0 0%
Dick Tracy 0 0%
Barbie 0 0%
Snoopy 0 0%
David Cassidy 0 0%
Michael Jackson 0 0%
Benji 0 0%
Fonz 1 50.00%
Batman 1 50.00%
Multiple Choice Poll. Voters: 2. You may not vote on this poll
App description: Its More Fun To Play the Colorforms Way! And now you and the entire family can play on your iPad with the Colorforms® Revolution Free app. Combine shapes, colors, patterns and backgrounds in endless combinations to create an infinite number of exciting designs. A rectangle and two circles becomes a car, a square and a triangle becomes a house. Put them together and a story is born. Or fling a shape across the screen to see it come to life! The only limit is your imagination!

Colorforms® Revolution is Color and Shape
- Play with 19 shapes and 64 unique colors and patterns!

Colorforms® Revolution is Visual, Creative and Expressive
- Choose from 26 colored and patterned backgrounds or import your own photo!

Colorforms® Revolution is Original and Interactive
- Drag or tap as many shapes into your picture as you like! You can interact with a single shape or create an intricate work of art!

Colorforms® Revolution is Reusable, Repositionable and Forgiving
- You can always change a shapes color, pattern, size, rotation and position or discard it, save your picture to your gallery to edit later or start over!

Colorforms® Revolution is Contemporary
- Swipe through your saved creations in your Gallery. You can also share them with your friends and family on Facebook or save them to your device!

Colorforms® Revolution is Approachable and Universal
-With simple controls youll figure out as you go, Colorforms® is good wholesome fun for everyone! Just pick it up, start playing and join the revolution!

The FULL Colorforms® Revolution app is now available for the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch with new shape colors & patterns, backgrounds and three exciting new modes: Play Sets, Puzzle Boards and Go Wild!! Get it now on iTunes and join the revolution!

About Colorforms®
Colorforms®, the classic toy brand that has inspired young kids to follow their own imaginations for over 60 years, develops important skills in visual creativity and emotional expression. Unlike many newer toy brands on the market, Colorforms® encourages kids to learn by using their imagination in an open-ended environment they create themselves. See our entire line of Colorforms® toys at www.colorforms.com.

About Out of the Blue Digital
Out of the Blue Digital is a division of Out of the Blue Enterprises, a leader in children's educational entertainment. We are the creators and producers of Super Why, the Emmy-nominated literacy series on PBS Kids, Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood, the upcoming animated series inspired by Mister Rogers' Neighborhood & Nickelodeon's Blue's Room. As specialists in children's media, we aim to engage kids and families with age-appropriate, interactive, & meaningful learning experiences.

Check out our other apps on iTunes:
-Super Why!
-Super Why Paint!
-Super Why Alpha Boost!
-Chuggington: Terrific Trainee!
-Colorforms® Revolution HD

About University Games
Founded on April 1, 1985, University Games philosophy has always been to offer games that encourage social interaction & imagination through game play with learning sprinkled in to season the game! Our foundation is built upon a quarter century of successful game play around titles including Murder Mystery Party®, 20 Questions®, Colorforms® and Sort It Out!, which was named Game of the Year in the 2010 Toy Of The Year Awards. The new Sort It Out! app is now on iTunes.

Colorforms® Revolution is Open Feint enabled and works with Game Center!
04-16-2012, 06:43 PM
#2
Joined: Feb 2012
Location: Omaha, NE
Posts: 608
None of the above.

SPACE WARRIORS !!!!!

I swear if they had this I'd buy it ... but as far as I can tell they don't actually have any licensed material.
Too bad.


04-16-2012, 07:43 PM
#3
missing my favorite too...

Wizard of Oz...!
04-16-2012, 07:43 PM
#4
Joined: Mar 2009
Location: NY
Posts: 515
I had a number of sets, but no licensed character stuff. Usually it's was scenes (like the space one above). I still remember the smell of those rubber stickers, and how much fun it was to place everything back in their original positions on the jet black shiny backing. After a while you grew impatient of putting everything back and would lump 'em into one big chunk of rubber.

Life's too Short for long-Ass Cut Scenes

GameCenter: JCat
04-16-2012, 09:34 PM
#5
Joined: Apr 2011
Location: USA
Posts: 222
I loved Colorforms in the early 1970's when I was a little girl!