Reviews and Problems with Drawn to Life: SpongeBob Squarepants Edition
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Drawn to Life Spongebob Squarepants Edition
Family Friendly Gaming
2 February 2013
Excerpt: Drawn to Life was one of the more innovative Nintendo DS titles that we have seen here at Family Friendly Gaming. The wonderful lessons, along with the style of game made me want a sequel. THQ granted that request, with an interesting twist - SpongeBob. The pairing seemed really strange at first.
NDS Review - 'SpongeBob SquarePants Drawn to Life'
21 February 2010
Summary: SpongeBob and Patrick stumble upon a magical pencil that brings whatever it draws to life. Unfortunately, the evil SpongeBob drawing ‘DoodleBob’ gets a magic pencil of his own which he uses to cause havoc all over Bikini Bottom.
Excerpt: Drawn to Life: Spongebob Squarepants Edition is built on the same premise as the original 2007 Drawn to Life, where gameplayers had the chance to draw the characters and surroundings, only this time the story centres round Spongebob, Patrick and the Bikini Bottom crew.
Summary: Parents need to know that this is a basic platform game with mild cartoon violence including karate chopping baddies and stomping on their heads. It's a spin-off of the original video game Drawn to Life with a new SpongeBob SquarePants theme.
Excerpt: What is it? A rather original game called Drawn to Life hit the DS in 2007, allowing gamers to draw many of the objects and characters in the game. At its core it was a fairly traditional 2D platformer, but the drawing elements made it one of the most unique releases of the year.
Excerpt: 2007's DS title Drawn to Life is a standard platforming game with a non-standard twist: the player, cast as "The Creator", draws the game's hero, environments and interactive objects using the stylus.
Pros: Features Drawn to Life's unique gameplay with a Spongebob twist.
Summary: For a licensed video game, this title takes the technology of
Drawn to Life
and runs with it. However, without the aid of the fancy character and item editing, this wouldn't be such a great game.
Pros: It's fun to be able to draw your own characters, items, and even save points., Entertaining for kids or adults., Innovative concept that could be implemented into more games., Surprisingly solid cartoon tie-in game.
Cons: Very short., Graphics can be very subpar at times., There are no voiceovers, and the short voice clips are very haphazard., Saving takes so long you may be fooled into thinking your DS has frozen., A very, very simple game.