Summary: The Drawn games have a special touch that makes them unique and the superb artwork is their hallmark. Drawn 1 and 2 have an unusual charm that is hard to describe but they have a piquancy, a delicious sense of the absurd that will capture the hearts of both children and adults who can play side by side with mutual satisfaction. Drawn 2 is not "cute" and not the slightest bit cartoony. By its sheer magic the game will capture you and won't let you go until you finish.
Summary: This is a game I will play many times. The artwork is so beautiful, puzzles are interesting and somewhat challenging. I never had to use the walk-through. But, it was fun and entertaining and that's all you can really ask of a game.
Summary: I very much enjoyed the original Drawn game, called "Drawn: The Painted Tower", and was not disappointed in this sequel, "Drawn: Dark Flight". In the first game, we meet Princess Iris, hiding in a tower to escape the evil wizard who killed her family to take over the kingdom. This is a magical kingdom so it's not surprising that Iris has a special ability. She can draw something and have it become real.
Summary: Both of the Drawn games are simply spectacular. Their art is top notch, the music is great and fitting and the puzzles are just the right amount of difficulty. And this one is the best of both. You don't just have search-and-find, but you also have puzzles. I'll describe one of my favorites: You start out with a bowl with different compartments. When you look at all the compartments, it makes a monochrome image of a face.