24 of 25 people found the following review helpful
Innovative addition to the wii range,
This review is from: uDraw Tablet including Instant Artist (Wii) (Video Game)
One thing you could never do well on the wii was drawing, but that's all changed now.
The udraw works by connecting a wii remote to a tablet and insetting it so it's flush with the surface. There is a stylus for drawing and writing, and the buttons on the remote all still work. Only the infra red is blocked, so make sure any game is loaded before you insert it.
The game that comes with the tablet is instant artist, which is full of different drawing games, non-drawing games and tutorials. There's join the dots, paint by numbers, tilt mazes, colouring books and loads more.
The stylus is responsive but there's no pressure sensor in the tablet, so you either draw, or you don't. No shading or grading, but that said, the games are pretty easy to follow. Pressing the stylus down is like pressing the draw button, it's pretty easy, and my 7yo girl has taken to it very quickly. Precision is occasionally an issue, but I think that comes with practice.
If you are a family full of budding artists, this will be a lot of fun. Like most wii games, the emphasis is on keeping the game fun, rather than making it authentic.
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Initial post: 17 Mar 2012, 13:05:03 GMT
Mr. U. Helwig says:
this is a review from the manufacturer!
In reply to an earlier post on 17 Mar 2012, 16:47:55 GMT
A. Marczak says:
Hi mr Helwig,
I'm flattered you think so, but that isn't the case. I'm pretty sure that an employee would give it 5 stars!
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