Summary: I really don't know if this came before Scribblenauts or vice versa. Does it really make a difference? At this point this series feels like a watered down Scribblenuats. But it is still pretty good. This is what my kids get to play because I hog the Scribblenauts carts.
Summary: Purchased as a christmas gift for my 9 year old son. He loves it! It allows him to be creative rather than just running through the mazes of the usual nintendo games. Recommended highly for the youngster who likes to imagine stories and make up their own games.
Summary: This game is great! i bought it for my 5 year old for Christmas and he loves that he can draw something and use that character. The only reason I did not give it 5 stars is because he has a hard time going through all the instructions and talking. He cant read yet so I have to read it to him.
Summary: I loved this game. It was like Mario with the side scrowling adventures but it had the whole creating your own world thing going for it. I've played it twice in a row and still discover new things. It was awesome.
Summary: Purchased this gently used DS game for my son's birthday. Other than the game not being sealed in shrink wrap, it was like new, in the box & my son didn't notice the difference. Was about $10 less than the brand new game. We have not had any problems with it and it looks & plays great. Thanks!
Summary: I don't want to ruffle anyone's feathers....but whats with the 20+ "Reviews" of people typing that their grandson or daughter really liked the game? When did the amazon review section become a comment forum? Anyway, on to my review of the game, my brother really likes it, the end. Just kidding!
Summary: I think it's cool that this game allows you to do some drawing and have some fun while playing a somewhat actiony game, but find it lame that a majority of the things it gives you to "draw" (color) are already pre-drawn, you just get to color them in.
Summary: This game exceeded my expectations by quite a lot. For one thing, you get to draw your character at any point as anything. For another, there is a great story line. There is, however, a slight problem. None of the characters seem to notice how good or bad your drawings are.