DarkZero: Crayola Treasure Adventures Review

There's little to really recommend Crayola Treasure Adventures for. While there's nothing wrong aesthetically – the visuals are bright and clear, the music and sound chirpy and catchy – the short and repetitive story mode and the crucially flawed colouring book mode don't offer enough to warrant spending £30 on the game.

There is fun to be had here for children who are particularly fond of colouring and puzzles, but if they're that keen, you can get the real thing for a tiny fraction of the cost of this (as well as being able to look at your work later), and so there's little reason to buy Crayola Treasure Adventures. Nice idea, but flawed and ultimately a little pointless.

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