Summary: You get to draw your hero, weapons, bridges, platforms, health points and whatever else you need. You can change forms from your hero to a blob or spider. There is an evil villain named Wilfre who stole all the color in the world. You have to restore all the color by going through the levels and collecting color drops. Then you go to a colorless spot and you tap the screen and you will begin coloring. There are enemies to try and stop you and you have to defeat them.
Summary: This game is brilliant, it is fun for everyone! Your bound to have a great time designing and making everything you use in the game from minecarts to a blob form.There are inticing boss battles, srategic puzzles and cute creatures for you to discover in drawn to life the next chapter, its a fantastic buy!!! I would rate this product 4 for overall game play is it is a bit to short for my liking but i am sure that children of all ages would love this!
Summary: If you're new to Drawn To Life games, this one is great. Plenty of action and good music. Some features like being able to change your hero's form is a step up from the first game. You can even give you hero up to four arms and legs! However there's a lot of dialogue between the charachters which can be quite boring to read through. I also thought its predecessor was a better game and lasted longer. I completed this game in a few days.
Summary: This was purchased for my son aged 9. On a recent journey from Scotland to Somerset all we could hear from the back of the car was "Yea, Great, Oh Wow" in fact when we reached our destination we had to stop him playing it so that he could 'Enjoy' his holiday. The fact that there wasn't a "are we there yet ?" makes me highly recommend this game.
Summary: This was for my grandson and he really liked it, I had a wee look and its quite clever that you draw your own character and then use it in the game. He's 7 so I'd say for that age group it's definitely a good buy.
Summary: When i got my ds lite, i had the first drawn to life with it. I wasn't fussed to play it but i'm glad i did. I've replayed it quite a few times and still enjoy it. When i heard this was coming out, two years later, i got it as soon as i could. This part sees you start with you describing an event. You do this by choosing an answer from each of the three questions, and you are then asked to draw what you have chosen.