Curves Gone Wild is a simulator of the popular children's toy in which one circle rolls around inside another drawing a design of a continuous curved line. The app allows you to choose all three values for drawing the line, as well as choose colors for the background of the entire area (the corners of the design), the background of the circle in which the design is drawn, and the color of the line itself. You can also adjust the drawing speed and save an image of the design to your hard drive or SkyDrive, or copy it to the Clipboard using the Copy Button on the App Bar.

Available on



Mobile device

Mobile device


  • Allows you to choose the size of the drawing area, radius of the moving circle, and the position of the drawing point
  • Allows you to select colors for the background, drawing area, and line being drawn
  • Shows the design as it is being drawn
  • Allows you to start, stop, and continue the drawing of the design
  • Allows you to save an image of the design to your hard drive or SkyDrive
  • Allows you to copy the design to paste into another app
  • Customizable drawing speed

System Requirements

OS Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 Mobile, Windows Phone 8.1
Architecture ARM, x86, x64
OS Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 Mobile, Windows Phone 8.1
Architecture ARM, x86, x64

Additional info

Published by
Nathan Sokalski

Approximate download size
116.92 KB - 345.82 KB


This app can
Use your pictures library

Get this app while signed in to your Microsoft account and install on up to ten Windows 10 devices.

Language supported
English (United States)

Publisher Info
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Platform: PC

Wonderful, beautiful, and intriguing

You can make great drawings with this app. I couldn't find any description of the relation of the three parameters. So this is what I have figured out. I hope it will be helpful. The first number you choose is the radius of the large circle inside which is your drawing. The second is the distance of the inner circle from the outer circle. So if you put the first number at 300 and then 100, the inner circle has radius 200 (no matter what the text says). The third number is how far the curves can go from the inner circle. So 300, 100, 100 will draw curves touching the outer circle and going two thirds of the way to the center. Since the last number cannot be larger than the second, if you want curves to go through the center, the second number has to be half of the first or less, and the third number has to be the first number minus the second. The number of points is the first number divided by the second plus one if an integer, otherwise the sum of numerator and denominator.

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Platform: PC

Very easy to use

But please!!!! Allow us to save in a higher resolution size. Please update!!!




Platform: PC

Real Fun

We think this is a fun app. You can change the colors and numbers to create a lot of neat things. We'd love to be able to speed up the drawing and we'd love to print out our creations. That would make it a 5 star review. They would be perfect for crafts, as cards etc. Update: Draws faster, looks awesome! Still hope for printing. Wonderful Fun!




Platform: PC


Fun awesome 1 of my best apps




Platform: PC

Déjà vu

It works fine reminds me of my childhood playing Spyograph cheap free fun, but gets old rather quickly




Platform: PC

OHH NO!!!????!!?!?!

it will not uninstall!!!!!! I do not know why?!!?!!?!?1?



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