Promotes imagination, but doesn't maximize premise.
Common Sense Media
10 February 2014
Summary: Parents need to know that this game features the same kind of violence as TV cartoons: Silly creatures pummel, smash, freeze, burn, and electrocute each other. The game has nothing to do with spray painting or tagging; the title is a reference to the unique drawing feature. The game does allow players to express their creativity and draw their own 3-D-modelled creatures.
Excerpt: So have you ever had an interesting idea for something, only to have it turn out disappointing and not quite as expected? If so, then you will be able to really relate to Graffiti Kingdom. The game is ostensibly a platformer, but in reality it is a concept in search of a game.
Conclusion: I would love to see a game use this creation engine, but involve it with a more in depth game with better features. As it stands this is about as good as it gets for this theme and if you have an open mind you may find yourself addicted in no time.