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Game Description:You've played games with customizable options before: customizable characters, backgrounds, even music. But you've never seen anything like this! Drawn to Life puts you in total control, bringing your exact drawings to (what else?) life on your Nintendo DS! Use the Stylus to rebuild an entire village. Draw the sun, moon, stars, animals, and more, and then watch your creations interact with the villagers. They'll also embark on adventures that'll have you jumping, crawling, and battling through tropical islands, dark forests, windy meadows, and busy cities. The game's easy-to-use paint palette features 25 colors, three brush sizes, a fill function, and tracing templates to help beginning artists create their own masterpieces.
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  • Top Art Video Games: Get Creative With These Games

    Some video games allow us to live out our lofty aspirations of being artistes. You know, the kind who take photos of clouds and rings wedged in the spine of a book so it looks like a heart, then sells glossy prints of it as “photography?” Those artists. Well, maybe not just like that, because that isn't really art at all. It's just...

    Posted December 2, 2011

    Top Art Video Games: Get Creative With These Games
  • Drawn to Life Review

    Posted: October 24, 2007

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  • Drawn to Life Preview

    Posted: October 12, 2007

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