Summary: My 8 year old son plays this off and on pretty regularly. The premise that you can create your own character is different from other games. It's a little challenging for an 8 year old so I think that older tweens might be the perfect age group for this game,
Summary: Both of my boys (8 and 12) have been playing this since Christmas. I really like the fact that not everything they draw works perfectly. It makes them stop and try again. It's awesome to watch them figure things out.
Summary: I bought this game for myself (even though I'm not 6-11 years old like the other reviews, it seemed like fun). I really want to try it out, but I don't have a nunchuck (and the product or seller didn't tell me I needed one, either).
Summary: My 8 year old daughter really likes this game. She likes being able to make her own characters and using her imagination. But she says it is hard to jump on the bad ink guys and its easy to get killed .
Summary: I asked my son why he gave the game four stars instead of five. He is the 11 year old game owner. He said he died after the third level, it made him a little frustrated. But he will give it five stars if that makes him seem like a bad player.
Summary: I played this game together with my five year old and we had a lot of fun. Drawing stuff to be used in the game is a nice idea (and a challenge with the wii remote :-)). She wouldn't have been able to play it on her own since you have to be able to read instructions to work out what to do sometimes.
Excerpt: This game is the follow up to the Drawn to life game that was only released on the Nintendo DS, so now having completed its transfer to a full gaming console how good is it? This game is a platform game but is actually very different to most of the games out there at the moment and almost reminds me...