Summary: I bought this tablet for two main reasons: 1) For my 2-and-a-half-year old son who enjoys drawing with all kinds of media (Pictochat on the DS, note scribing on my smartphone touchscreen, crayons and paper) 2) Pictionary - thought it would be cool to play with family and friends on the Wii instead of having to use pencils, paper, and the game board I have to say that, by itself, the UDraw tablet (with included software) isn't the most fun thing to use on the Wii.
Summary: when I heard about Udraw studio..I assumed i had to be the first one to pick one up for my kids..once opened - it didn't hold my 10 or 7 year olds attention..even I was frustrated with picking colors, starting over..WE don't hate it..but not loving it I will try picking up a "game" for it..and although fun, had I known more about it..I would have opted NOT to buy it. not a bad game.
Summary: There's 2 different things you can do. Draw or color. Tons of options as far as making your own colors, type of device you want to draw/color with, which is good. Here's the problem: It's just not interesting enough that I can't see any kid wanting to go through this many steps to play with the thing.
Summary: Tre giorni fa è uscita la UDraw della THQ. L'aspettavo da tempo perchè la volevo comprare a mia figlia per farla divertire a disegnare e colorare con la Wii. Mi piace l'idea che possa disegnare e poi stampare con il computer. Però, onestamente, mi aspettavo qualcosa di più. Per incominciare potevano inserire qualche gioco per poter familiarizzare con la tavoletta; E poi, nell'era del senza fili, un pennino con il filo, per di più cortissimo.....