Based on the popular Japanese book series that teaches kids how to draw by combining basic shapes, Let's Draw! offers a perfect mix of learning and entertainment. With more than 100 objects to draw and fun art related mini games, young players can learn to draw anywhere, at any time.
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Portable Art Studio: Because Nintendo DS is a portable game machine, kids can enjoy drawing at any time, anywhere without the need for paper and crayons!
Touch and Animate your pictures: Once a drawing is completed, touch it and bring it to life with animation and sound. Watch the elephant running, the rocket taking off, bird chirping, and more!
Kid-friendly voice instructions: Even a small child who has not yet learned to read can play by simply following the voice instructions throughout the menus and game.
Play fun mini games, with YOUR creations!: Play10 fun-filled mini games such as Car Racing, Whack-a-Mole or Air Hockey featuring the very characters you've drawn.
Flex your creative muscles: Once you've mastered your drawing skills in Learn to Draw mode, it's time to unleash the creativity! Draw whatever you like! Once completed, each picture is stored in the Album for you to view later.
Lets Draw is rated
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Rated 5 out of
my kids love this.i bought this game to keep my kids from drawing on the walls in my house.so for so good they love it.it is really fun my 6 year old says.if he is happy so am i.
Date published: 2011-03-08
Rated 3 out of
FOR KIDS ONLYI don't have this game but I played it at my friends house and I have to say,for kids and average for me.Don't buy unless your 8 or below.
Date published: 2011-03-05
Rated 4 out of
Smooth, Simple, Concise introduction to ArtI bought this game for my 3 year old daughter because she would scribble all over the DS Pictochat screen every time she played with the DS system. When I saw "Let's Draw" in the used game section of Gamestop I was a little skeptical about the game. Most games aren't geared for younger kids (I've found that out the hard way) and I was concerned "Let's Draw" would be no exception.
To my delight "Let's Draw" fit the bill nicely. The speaking voice is very clear, and the top screen shows the user step-by-step drawings of the figure to draw. The game offers a wide selection of objects including still life, animals, people, and so on. The game even offers a "gallery" in which you can store your artistic creations.
One of the best parts of this "game" is that it will animate your art in an appropriate scene. For example, once you finish drawing a Lady Bug "Let's Draw" will display your Lady Bug (or Lady Bird) on a leaf. You can animate it with the control buttons, then save your drawing to the Gallery to view or share later.
So, no more scribbling in Pictochat. "Let's Draw" guides the user to create and share fun drawings that are simple to draw.
Date published: 2011-02-11
Rated 4 out of
It depends...This game is kinda boring, but I can't dis-recommend it because it's good for younger kids. My cousin has it and she likes it but she's a younger kid. I'm an older kid so I really don't get this game. All you do is draw then play minigames. It's a good game but think before you buy it. I would recommend it a friend that is 6-7 years old.