Summary: The title of the review is from the mouth of my 9 year old. She is a little artist, so I thought this would be right up her alley. She plays it a bit, but not as much as we had thought. Scribblenauts is much more fun!
Summary: This is a fun, simple games for kids. It's a cute, wholesome platformer that features the ability to draw items and weapons into your world. The level design can be pretty frustrating however, for both kids and adults alike. Your character takes up an enormous amount of the screen, and your ability to see what's ahead, below, and above you is limited.
Summary: I liked the game for the fact that you can draw the character and even some elements of the game... but other than that it was very repetitious. Kill an enemy, rescue three citizens, get a page from the book of life. They also tried to put way too much of an emotional aspect on the game. The girl doesn't want to be mayor but she's next in line, her father dies (shyea! and how old are the kids that play this?) and then she has to step up.
Summary: I bought this game for my 5 year old. I thought she would like to see her own drawings in her game. She says it's too hard and has no interest in it, but my 9 year old son loves it and borrows it all the time. My 5 year old isn't necessarily typical though. She doesn't play many video games.
Summary: Drawing your own character and seeing him move on a screen is pretty amazing. That's probably the best part of the game. From then on, it's pretty much downhill. You get to draw other things in the world like clouds, springs, and slime. You also get to draw your spaceship but that was pretty color inside the lines. The gameplay was roaming in an RPG world, then entering a side-scrolling adventure. But it was pretty repetitive and got old really fast.
Summary: STORY- The Raposa, a bunch of fuzzy storybook creatures, are having their world destroyed before their very eyes. A Raposa turned evil named Wilfre is out to turn everything to shadow and take over. Mari, a young girl, begs for help from the Creator, the person who designed everything in their world.
Summary: This game is very cute in all ways, the characters are dimunitive and you can draw items that you use and your own character. The one negative thing is that the game is very short. I would look forward to playing a sequel.
Summary: What you draw simply fills in templates already in the world. You don't draw enough to really set the flavor of the setting, and all the drawing is simply filling in blanks in the background. It's fun to draw your hero, and the drawing app is great (I sometimes put in the game just to doodle), but the gameplay itself is a disappointingly linear jump and smash, and your works of art do nothing to affect the game world.