Summary: Both my twin 8 yr. old daughters love this game , because , they can either play it together or play alone by trying to guess what the pictures are that other people have drawn that are loaded onto this game. It is even fun for me to play with them.
Summary: My daughter's friend brought it along on a roadtrip. She liked it so much she asked for it for Christmas. I have discovered that she is much more determined than I thought. I give up after awhile, but she persists in guessing the images. I'm constantly amazed at her ability to figure it out.
Summary: This is a really fun game to play with kids if you have two Nintendo DSs. If not, there are quite a lot of pre-drawn images for you to try and figure out, drawings created by children as young as 3! Fun.
Summary: I bought this game for my daugher and her cousin for christmas and they love it. It shows them the basics of drawing and also shows works of others in all age groups. They draw for hours on it. It's a very kid friendly game and i would recommend for anyone with a smal child that likes to draw..
Summary: Ever since buying Brain Challenge for my DS I have been looking for a drawing or painting game for my DS so I could save the pics I make because I can't save them on Brain Challenge. I read some reviews on some other sites and read that PictoImage had a gallery area where you could save your pics.
Picto Image...not for big kids as you could probably imagine:P
jodie rowe, Amazon
25 June 2009
Summary: The game itself is a great idea. It can be fun creative and for an artist like myself I chance to have fun. The controls are fine, it's just the 1 player mode can be annoying. You know what the object is, but you have to put so many variations of the object to get it right!
Summary: This is a great game, in single player mode you get to guess what others have drawn from varying ages, but the game really comes into its own when hooked up with another player - hours of fun, drawing and guessing, words to draw range from easy: cat, dog etc to quite a bit harder: South America,...