Reviews and Problems with Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter
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Fun and creative!
14 January 2013
Summary: My 7yr old daughter loves it! She's an above average reader but sometimes has trouble with some of the reading in it. I wouldn't recommend this for anyone who doesn't read well. It encourages decision making, problem solving, and creativity.
Summary: This game is actually a pretty good game..One feature I do not like on it is that you are limited to the size of your drawings on your touch screen and you also cannot add any hair or much to your character..Basically its just a stick figure to color in.
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.
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.
Summary: Bought for 10 years old nephew. Better offer for the original and sequel too from other sellers. This one is great of you want to be sure your receiver would like the sequel too. Can be seen as long winded but for enthusiasts of puzzling minds and creativiness it would be perfect.
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.
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!