I turned on SDK Paint and some wonderful classical music was playing.
Then I got past the loading screen and this downloadable only Wii U home
console game went silent. I thought I needed to focus on the art work
anyways. I am noticing a trend lately with art related games releasing.
SDK Paint is like a Paint program you could use on the Personal Computer. The coolest upgrade in SDK Paint is the levels. That means we can draw at multiple depths. Show only certain depths to make a fun, cool, and interesting piece of artwork.
Maybe your drawings look like doodles. Maybe you have amazing talent for drawing. Whichever end of the spectrum your art talent is on, SDK Paint lets you display your art work in galleries. Not only that, you can also walk around the galleries and enjoy the art you have created.
The modes in SDK Paint are Art Work, Galleries, Stencils, and Sharing. I really like seeing the Sharing. This is where the planet Earth is scrolling by. I liked watching it. I know it won't be for everybody. I also know that after a minute or two some families will get bored with it.
My one complaint about SDK Paint is there is no lessons. You are left to figure out how to do things on your own. Compare that to the Art Academy video games that teach families how to draw step by step. SDK Paint is on the market competing with them. HullBreach Studios is definitely much smaller than Nintendo, so Family Friendly Gaming does not expect the same level. Still some lessons would have helped SDK Paint on the Wii U.
Family Friendly Factor: 70%
System: Wii U
Publisher: HullBreach Studios
Developer: HullBreach Studios
Rating: 'E’ - Everyone
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