Summary: Although is a good game, it lacks in certain areas such as the fact that little ones can tell which color is which since there is no naming of colors in game. This game is designed for a more advanced age group (5+).
Summary: My kids are pretty good at Wii (they have mastered Mario Brothers, Mario Galaxy, Mario Kart, etc.), but they weren't able to do this game without help. I tried to help them, but I even got frustrated with it. The pointer doesn't hold steady enough for you to really draw.
Summary: This game moves a little too fast to select appropriate color (each color has different properties) and draw ahead of the character, and the character keeps moving unless you draw an obstacle with the right color at the right time.
Summary: I got this for my 8 year old daughter who loves to draw. We found it a bit frustrating at first. She had trouble climbing up slopes, and then we realized she was using the wrong color crayon. The game seems to move along pretty fast, your character keeps moving until you redirect him/her.
Summary: My husband got this for our 3 year old daughter who has a Crayola game for her DS which she is able to use easily. The only thing she could do somewhat on this is the coloring book and got bored with that fast. I tried this game and even I found it difficult.
Summary: I bought this game thinking it would be great for my four year old who loves the Wii. I turned out to be way beyond his level of play. I have have managed to beat most of it on easy (at the insistence of the four year old), but I'm not sure how anyone under the age of ten could.
Summary: The way that the game is played, you draw shapes to control where the character can go. You draw a bridge for them to walk over, or an obstacle to make them go back the other way, or allow them to climb over.
Summary: Unfortunately, we bought this game as a way to include our oldest daughter in playing the Wii with my husband and I. She is 4 1/2 years old and can manage the Wii Sports Resort games better than this game.