This game requires the uDraw GameTablet bundled with the software in order to work. In Painting mode, players can paint their own masterpieces from scratch using the several colors, brush sizes, stamps, and effects. But the fun doesn’t stop when the painting is done. The whole painting process can be saved and replayed any time, or you can take a snapshot of your children’s artwork to be printed and posted on a fridge later.
In Coloring Book mode, kids can choose from coloring pages grouped by genres. This mode features the same tools as Painting mode, and young artists can again save the whole coloring process. Before uDraw Studio: Instant Artist, there was uDraw Pictionary for the Nintendo Wii, which uses the same GameTablet to facilitate a great way to enjoy a classic game. With varying levels of difficulty, the whole family can enjoy playing.
uDraw Studio: Instant Artist (Nintendo Wii)
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