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- Pen Panic - Use the Stylus to create a trampoline to bounce Dood through the levels. Use ink to flick at enemies and break through walls.
- Roly Poly - Use the motion-control feature to roll Dood through each level by tilting the uDraw GameTablet left and right.
- Fan Frenzy - In this mode, Dood has been inflated like a balloon. Use the Stylus to blow and move Dood around the level.
- Bubble Trouble - Use the Stylus to carefully guide Dood through each level while avoiding sharp objects, enemies and other dangers.
- Pick any color for the three Dood characters who are just waiting for a creative touch.
- Udraw Tablet Required to Play, Draw a line through Dood and create a trampoline to bounce him through the level. Use ink to flick at enemies and break through walls.
- Roly Poly, Use the motion-control feature to roll Dood through the level by tilting the uDraw GameTablet.
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Creativity is a must to play this game, as you get to design not only your character, but also what the hazards, background objects and obstacles look like.
I deducted a star from the overall gameplay because the concept is so new that the learning curve at times feels steep. Compared to other uDraw tablet games, this one is more difficult, in part because your hands are working in one area (the tablet) while your eyes are focused on the TV. Again, this is a matter of creativity and thinking outside the box. The plus is that the game is so addictive that even in the areas where you get stuck, you tend to persevere to break through.
The game has three basic modes:
You can color, stamp and customize the dood - drawing right on the character like coloring a toy. The same can be done on the enemies, the world and the background. The world looks like your own game when you are done. There is also a place to draw on canvases, play connect the dots and coloring books. The really cool thing is that the game will use pieces of your coloring book in the PLAY section of the game. It is neat to see the world when you are done coloring everything.
There are 4 game modes each with 15 challenges
-Roly Poly: The Dood is put in a hamster ball and you roll him around the world by tilting the tablet. (the younger kids love this one)
-Bubble Trouble: The Dood is inside a bubble and you sketch the tablet to push the bubble around trying not to pop him by hitting the sides (my favorite)
-Pen Panic: Use the pen to guide the Dood around and flock ink blots at the baddies (think platform game - definitely the most challenging)
-Fan Frenzy: The Dood fills up with and turns into a balloon. The tip of the pen turns into a fan and you move it around to whoosh the Dood balloon to the finish. (funny to watch your colored dood inflate into a balloon - I colored him like Superman and it really looked like he let himself go...lol)
This mode is basically a slide show. It takes all your art and presents it in a museum style gallery with the Dood and friends doing silly stuff while viewing it.
Its great because it has drawing and gameplay - fun for all the kids (and for me too!)
HIGHLY RECCOMEND - a must have if you purchased the Udraw Tablet!!!!!!!!!!!!
We've been pretty busy since then, but I finally got around to giving it a go on my days off this week.
I was pretty impressed. The level of creativity that the game affords to the player is pretty high, which makes the game feel very much like "your own." I quickly had characters designed the way that I wanted them, the obstacles, and other items in the environment.
The game controls surprisingly well considering it's using the uDraw Tablet. I fully expected it to be more of a novelty and not really work very well, but it worked extremely well right off the bat. It did take a little bit of time to get the nuances of using the tablet as a game controller down, but once you are past the learning part of it, you'll have no trouble at all controlling the game in any of the modes.
Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed playing the game and will continue to do so. For the record, I'm what you would consider a "core gamer," as well...meaning that I usually have something in an HD gaming machine where I'm killing other players...so keep that in mind...if a person that normally enjoys "Halo," "Gears of War," and "Uncharted" can enjoy this game, there's a good chance you can too!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a surprisingly fun game. Bought it for my 5 year old but my 8 and 11 year old played it too.Published 7 months ago by Bernhard Hall
Difficult to control the little man, for me was difficult Imagine how difficult is for my kids they under 7. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Aldram Press
This was a gift for my nephew, he seems to like it a lot.Published on July 8, 2014 by Kimberly Haun