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Let's Draw is based on a popular Japanese book series that teaches children how to draw by combining basic shapes. Majesco Entertainment could have stopped there with this Nintendo DS video game, but they added ten mini games as well. Let's Draw can be described as a piece of paint software that takes the time to teach aspiring artists step by step. You know that Family Friendly Gaming loves video games that teach us good lessons.

The graphics in Let's Draw have a very child like look and feel to them. Children find this game very approachable. This hand held video game contains some neat colors from across the spectrum. I did not find any offensive graphics while playing Let's Draw for the Nintendo DS. You can save your pictures for viewing at a later time, or showing off to friends and family. Mini games like Whack-A-Mole contain some mild violence in them.

The music in Let's Draw is very pleasant. I also like how patient this game is with children. Let's Draw teaches the basics in drawing that even non-artistic people like myself can enjoy. Let's Draw is very encouraging, and made me feel special even when my drawings were not the greatest. The special effect sounds fit this game masterfully.

If drawing interests you (or your children) in any way shape or form, then you will find your money well spent on Let's Draw. There are more than one hundred different objects that can be drawn, and then the mini games are on top of that. Let's Draw has a lot of replay value, and that is coming from someone who does not enjoying drawing in the slightest.

The touch screen controls in Let's Draw make drawing very realistic. I had no issues with the controls in this DS game at all. I did wish for a fill tool on certain screens like Paint has on Windows. But that is a minor quibble on my part. The mini games are easy to control, and have some nice variety to them. I enjoyed using the microphone on the paper airplane personally.

Let's Draw is a great addition to the Nintendo DS library. This teaches all of us how to draw, and dissect a drawing into its basic shapes. Let's Draw can teach children how to improve their drawing abilities. I will be recommending Let's Draw to friends, family, and pastors that I know. I really hope Majesco Entertainment publishes sequels to this franchise in the future.
- Paul


Graphics: 85%
Sound: 89%
Replay/Extras: 100%
Gameplay: 90%
Family Friendly Factor: 100%
System: Nintendo DS
Publisher: Majesco Entertainment
Rating: 'E' for Everyone
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