Dupligon is a challenging online draw-from-memory game for kids where you have to remember the angles and contours of a certain shape – and then re-draw it just seconds later. Exercise and test your memory and concentration, and see if you can duplicate the increasingly difficult shapes by drawing them with your computer mouse. Your observation and memory skills are the key to succeeding in this game, as you only have less than five seconds to memorize the shape before you have to draw it yourself.
Concentration is also extremely important, as the shapes are more complex and contain more angles as you progress. The shapes that you draw don’t have to be works of art – they just have to be as close to the original as possible. Ok Brainiac, let’s see how masterful your photographic memory really is!
How to Play: There are 4 different levels, and the amount of angles on the shape to be drawn increases as you progress. In each level, there are 5 shapes to be drawn. On a classroom style ‘Notebook’, you are shown a shape for around three seconds – then the page flips over. On this blank page, you must draw the shape that you have just seen using your computer mouse. Left Click to create an angle point, then move the mouse to the next angle point and click again.
There is no room for error – if you make a mistake, you cannot take it back. Once you have finished your shape, you will be given a school-style grade (A-, B, C+ etc). After 5 shapes, you are given an overall grade for that level. Keep practicing until you get straight A’s, then show off your drawing skills to your envious family and friends. Tip: The shape that you draw can be bigger or smaller than the original – if the angles are in proportion, you will still score high.