- Platform: Nintendo Wii
- PEGI Rating: Unknown
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
uDraw Game Tablet with Studio (Nintendo Wii) (NTSC)
- Using an SD card, you can share your masterpieces with friends and family
- Use templates or your own imagination to paint, draw, color and sketch using Udraw Game Tablet
- Tablet is bundled with the uDraw Studio game
- Tablet will be supported with other games including Pictionary and Dood's Big Adventure available at launch
- Watch how a work of art is created stroke-by-stroke for a true learning experience using the Replay Feature
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The uDraw Game Table is a first-of-its-kind, revolutionary game system that provides a unique and fun way for kids and families to play with Wi. With innovative features that allow kids to express themselves and bring their imaginations to life, the uDraw Game Tablet creates an all-new category of play through an easy-to-use system. The uDraw Game Tablet will come bundled with the uDraw Studio game software. Other games available at launch include Pictionary and Dood's Big Adventure, with more titles debuting in 2011.
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What I like about the product:
There are couple of choices of how to make your creation. It offers you the option of having a blank sheet or pre-designed pictures for you to color.
You have every type of utensil available to you: Airbrush, crayon, pencil, pen, marker, brushes, acrylics, chalk and a few more. We found each of these utensils looked very much like the real thing, only without the mess!
Though it is not something you would use if you were a professional, it is a good resource to expose your child to the different painting techniques without the mess or expenses of art supplies.
You can save your work onto a disk and print them on your printer or even send them to a photo developer site like snapfish.
What I don't like about the product:
Though I enjoy music the repetitive loop of the same song becomes exhausting. And there is no choice but to put the sound on mute. But, if you do that, it takes away the neat sounds you hear when using the utensils.
Overall, if your home has a budding young artist I would recommend this for you as a starting point. And it turns out to be a fun quality time for the family where we take turns developing our artwork.
She is absolutely thrilled with it. She's spent quite a bit of time with the paint shop type game that comes with the pad, and seems to have enjoyed everything about it. I'm actually quite surprised at how in depth the paint utilities are with the uDraw. I was expecting them to be fairly watered down, but there's actually quite a few tools that you can use to create pictures and art.
A nice thing you can do with it is just color pre-made pictures. Basically like a digital coloring book. So if you're not really good at art (like myself) you can just go wild coloring the different pictures that the game has stored on it.
We haven't tried uploading any of the images to an SD card so that we can view them on a computer, but I don't think we ever will. The pictures look fine on an HD TV, but I'm not sure they'd look that great on a monitor...mainly because of the Wii's lack of HD graphics. But I don't think that's any reason to ding the product at all.
All in all, it's a solid product that's fun to use. I look forward to trying out some other games with it!
We'll see how much we enjoy the tablet with other games available - IF we get them.
so I had to hunt for it. The video game stores in my area no longer carried them because they had been "discontinued". Fortunately, I found a Seller that had it. It was a little pricey but my granddaughter needed it. She loves drawing and the tablet works great!