GameZone's Michael Brown picks up the Magic Marker to help Max solve different puzzles. Does this game innovate with it's drawing mechanics, or should you leave this Magic Marker alone?
Nice review :) I can't believe the price difference between the wii and pc version, thats crazy 0_o
Like the cartoony style, fits right in with the cool game play mechanics.
Good review, looks like a game I may try out sometime soon if I have extra cash.
looks like a decent puzzle game
Looks like a decent game but its definitely not for me. Alittle too childish. Twitter: MRxDURDEN
There seem to have been a few games recently on different platforms where the gameplay is based on drawing. GZ
This looks okay, but I've got too many other games to get through and likely won't have time for it.
All the games are just plain fun. Our whole family loves em. Great review
I'll definitely grab this one when the price goes down a little (and I clear some of my backlog). The "draw useful things into the game world" mechanic has seen quite a bit of use recently - this is good as it's a very dynamic feature, just hope devs keep it fresh. Great review!
thx for the review, but i will prob pass on this game
reminds me a lot of several other platformers that have been releasing -- kind of similar to Drawn to Life meets P.B. Winterbottom.
Sounds like Drawn to Life.
I really like it. Kind of sounds like what Epic Mickey is gonna be
Personally, I'm holding my allocation of 'puzzle cash' for Super Scribblenauts.
So it's drawn to life, better executed
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