Summary: My son loves playing this game when he's at his friend house. It was on his Christmas list so I decided to purchase it online. When he tried to play the game after he received it, it wouldn't play in his DS or load. I had to return it.
Summary: If you are thinking about purchasing this game i would honestly say rent it first because this is not a game for everyone as it was clearly not a game for me. A couple things that makes this game very difficult to play is a lack of tutorials. The instruction manual isn't helpful either.
Summary: My older son came in the other day and said that he found a DS game in the street. He gave it to his little sister who was really excited that he gave it to her because she has Drawn to Life and Drawn to Life Spongebob which she loves. I tried playing Marker Man, but couldn't go very far.
Summary: I bought this for my 8 yr old son who likes to play Magic Pen on the computer. But he found this game too difficult and I found it frustrating. Sometimes you can't draw a line for unknown reasons, and it's hard to know which way you are supposed to be going. It's not a game I would recommend.
Summary: From the bad graphics, controls, and lack of any idea of what is going on, this game gets a zero in my opinion. I drew a line and got stuck under it and could not move. I would not recommend this game to anyone.
Summary: I was told this game was sort of a combo of Drawn To Life, which I love, and Scribblenauts, which I also own and like only it's a little hard at times but at least IT works! As for this game, I gave it ONE star....for a good idea. Shame it doesn't work, the other 4 stars it could have had are.... 1.
Summary: This review is by my teenaged son, approved by me: Clearly, some half-brained developer saw trailers for Drawn to Life and said, "Hey, why don't I make a game like that?" Clearly, that developer knew nothing whatsoever about good game design. Clearly, he also knew nothing about a good story.