Hustle On The Streets Of Phénix In Passpartout 2: The Lost Artist!

Flamebait Games’ Passpartout 2: The Lost Artist is officially out. If you played the first one, which is Passpartout: The Starving Artist, let me tell you that this one’s even better. You step back into the life of the French artist, Passpartout. So, what happens in this one? Let’s find out.

Passpartout 2: The Lost Artist With An Aim

After hitting the peak of fame in The Starving Artist, Passpartout is again hitting rock bottom due to a gnarly case of creative block. He doesn’t even have the money to pay for his brushes and paint and has to rent them instead. He’s penniless and homeless.

And that’s how he finds himself travelling to the colourless (and hence unlively) town of Phénix. It’s a little puppet town by the sea, bursting with potential and townsfolk craving colour. And who’s here to save the day? Yes, Passpartout takes the task on his shoulders and hustles to get back on his artistic skills.

Passpartout 2: The Lost Artist lets you explore the town and paint it as you like. You get to see a lot of buildings that look like dollhouses. There are a bunch of missions, like custom-designing patterns that end up on shirts, cars and posters. Or drawing an ad for Steve’s restaurant.

Talking about characters other than the protagonist, there are quite a few interesting ones. You meet Benjamin, the friend who runs an art shop and is the first guy to help you out with free canvases and tools. You meet other townsfolk from Phénix who pay you to bring colours to their homes and lives.

Why don’t you take a look at the trailer of Passpartout 2: The Lost Artist below?

Will You Art It Out?

Passpartout 2: The Lost Artist has a lot of tasks that bring you cash, open new areas to explore and unlock stuff like new palettes and tools. You can even snag crayons, heart-shaped canvases and whatnot. The ultimate goal is to get back on the radar by conquering the Museum of the Masters.

If you’re up for a ride that lets your inner artist out, then grab Passpartout 2 from the Google Play Store. And before leaving, check out our other news as well. Summer Sports Mania Launches Just Ahead Of The Upcoming Olympics 2024.

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