Summary: Graffiti Kingdom is quite a fun, exciting game. One of those games you don't see a lot these days. You can create your own drawing and bring it to life! The only flaws are that some boss battles can be difficult, and that the lipsync is WAY off. Besides those two things, this is a great game for gamers of ALL ages! I find this game super fun, due to my artistic ability (no sarcasm there), I can bring my fursona (character) to life and play as her!
Summary: This game cannot be taken at face value. It looks cute, but is in fact cuddly. The difficulty is low; the graphics are a bit dated; boss fights are pretty easy. However, the joy of pummeling puppies, there are puppy enemies, as an 80's yakuza with a duck tail hairstyle and the awesome power of electricity makes up for every thing.
Summary: Great game. Very original. Fun for all. I heard about this game from a friend and had to get it! Draw your own creation and it comes to life in 3d animation. Many levels to play through. New drawing tools to unlock and "power-ups" to collect!
Summary: If you like RPG maker and Mario,you'll like Graffiti Kingdom. Trust me,it rocks. The main fun here is making your own creation.You can also use enemiesn to edit,or just swap them with your brush to be them for 30 seconds.Then,when you're done,you get to customize them with voices and moves.Some voices are called Dandy,Hero,and others.And the moves include,Fly,Fire Breath,Lighting Thrash,and of course,others.
Summary: This game is a fun game if you're not expecting a game with an epic storyline such as Final Fantasy, Graffiti Kingdom is a fun game, nonetheless. The character creation system is easy to learn, yet tough to master, and most of your creatins will turn out looking like some Play-Doh creation in the end. However, you can literally create nearly anything. I've made some things like MEGA WHEEL and 6-legged Spider.
Summary: This game originaly drew me in because of its 3d animation feature. When I was little, I was always attracted to 3d animation, so that alone pushed me to buy the game. The game's plotline seems slapped together just a bit(evil guy takes over kingdom, boy saves kingdom). Another major drawback is that the voice actors speak rather slow, and do not seem to be enthusiastic about the characters they are providing voices for.
Summary: This is a sequel of sorts to Magic Pengel. They improved the graphics, creation tools and deepened the RPG and battle. Magic Pengel was an okay game but there's just something cool about making a doodle and bringing it to life. Graffiti is fun but just like Pengel it gets boring after awhile. If you like this type of game I suggest you pick it up since it may be hard to find one day.