Pictionary - uDraw - Wii Standard Edition
- Over 3,000 clues. Draw with several drawing styles, shape tools and colors. 3 Game Modes, Pictionary game show, Pictionary Mania, & Free Draw
- Pictionary, Be contestants on the Pictionary game show with new drawing tools, new Adult and Junior clues, and a 3D game board.
- Pictionary Mania, Experience Pictionary like never before. Instead of categories, each square represents exciting draw modes, some only available on the Wii.
- Free Draw, Embrace your creativity with your own drawings that you can share in Slideshow mode.
- Platform: Nintendo Wii
- ESRB Rating: Everyone
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
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Using the stylus takes some getting used to. It doesn't always react exactly as expected, and it can be a challenge for new players to learn how to make it work properly. Once you get the hang of it, though, no problem.
We've always enjoyed Pictionary and Pictionary Jr. and both are included on the game. Being familiar with how the game's played, we wondered how we'd be able to do "all play" when there's only one drawing pad: only one team draws, whoever's currently controlling play. It's do-able but tough if you're playing with a crowd, since the artist is both drawing AND listening while every player shouts out possible answers.
We have a 6 year old (1st grade, early reader) and a 10 year old. Both can play and have a definite shot at winning the game. There is some reading involved, but if the artist can't read the word, she can press "new clue" to try something else.
The artist has the option to select an adult clue or junior clue. The junior level always gives a category before the drawing begins, so sometimes that makes it a bit too easy (especially if the artist chooses a color to draw with). For example, on the junior level, the group looks away while the artist peeks at the clue, but the guessers hear "The category is Vegetable." If the artist chooses green, the group starts shouting "green beans," "broccoli," etc. Truthfully, they could guess without any drawing!
We haven't tried the adult clues yet because we haven't played without our "small fry," but I'm pretty sure they don't use the category hints (too easy). We had an adult family over last night and everyone enjoyed playing together. They had never used the stylus before, and we chose junior clues the whole way through, but we all enjoyed ourselves. Frankly, the kids whooped us.
Really a great game to bridge all age levels, beginning with early elementary school, especially since you can choose the regular game length, short, or super-short. Nice for those with shorter attention spans! A terrific family game!