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Crayola Treasure Adventure
7.3 out of 10

Crayola Treasure Adventure

A puzzle adventure game in which your stylus acts as a Crayola c Read more

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Overall 6

Crayola Treasure Adventures

24 June 2012
  • Pros: Forgiving controls, Cute pictures, Keeps toddlers occupied
  • Cons: 28 minutes long, Can't save your "art", Repetitive gameplay
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Crayola Treasure Adventures DS Review

Console Obsession
30 May 2010
  • Excerpt: Can the crayon manufacturer Crayola bring a colourful experience to the Nintendo DS? This is a game aimed squarely at younger players and is split into two main activities. The Adventure mode tells a simple story of the Colour Crystals being stolen from the world and colours starting to fade.
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Overall 8
Gameplay 8
Graphics 8
Sound 7

Crayola Treasure Adventures

Game Boyz
3 December 2008
  • Excerpt: I remember as a kid I used to love my Crayola crayons. I would sit at home for hours on end just coloring, allowing myself to bring a drab piece of paper to life with color. As an adult who just happens to have two children of his own now, I now sit in amazement as I watch my two kids, specifically...
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Overall 8

Expert Review

5 April 2009
  • Conclusion: The perfect game for all creative and adventurous boys and girls, Crayola Treasure Adventures asks the explorer to color, draw, and think their way through numerous exotic locations, challenging puzzles, and exciting adventures.
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Overall 7

Crayola Treasure Adventures (DS/DSi)

12 March 2009
  • Conclusion: Crayola Treasure Adventures refreshingly fills a niche for the real li’l DS gamers out there, I’m just not sure how many of them there really are, or how many DS owning Mums or Dads would actually let their sticky-fingered babies within bargepole distance of their DS...
  • Pros: Colourful and easy to use, Unlock more colours and pictures as you go
  • Cons: No picture save facility, Not much variation in the gameplay
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Crayola Treasure Adventures Review (DS)

29 December 2008
  • Excerpt: As someone outside of the age range this product is intended for, I was incredibly surprised at how hard it is to put this game down. Crayola Treasure Adventures consists of two key modes, a story mode and a creativity mode.
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Overall 5

Crayola Treasure Adventures

Sofa Cinema
16 October 2008
Overall 4

Crayola Treasure Adventures DS Review

11 April 2008
  • Excerpt: One of the memories most associated with many people’s recollection of childhood is surely that of a colouring book, crayons and a whole lot of mess. From taking the crayons and using them to scribble on anything other than the colouring book, to eating the crayons, to completely ignoring the lines...
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No crayons required

Pocket Gamer
27 March 2008
  • Conclusion: Typically, Crayola Treasure Adventures is a far better colouring-book than it is a game. There's very little range, and the mini-games won't hold your kids' attention for long, but if you're sick of losing crayons down the back of the couch this may be for you
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Overall 3
Gameplay 3
Graphics 3
Sound 4
Lastability 2

Crayola Treasure Adventures

6 June 2009
  • Excerpt: Un remède simple pour ne pas broyer du noir : armez-vous d'un crayon de couleur géant pour repeindre la vie en rose. Ces quelques mots suffisent à résumer la trame de Crayola Treasure Adventures.
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