People who are fans of Wii products have shown a lot of enthusiasm for the Wii Udraw tablet. Many have observed that it’s appearance on the market could indicate the end of finger-paints and crayons for children looking to test their creative side. It could function as a wonderful gift idea for any loved-one who appreciates art, or gaming, or both. You’ll find, however, a few points you’ll want to contemplate prior to purchasing.
It’s Got The Look
The fat, white look of the tablet has a very child-friendly look. Most reviewers have responded well to this. They also note that it is easy to hold and carry around. The wireless capabilities of this product enhance it’s portability. The only complaint about the actual physical appearance of this device is it’s heavier-than-expected weight.
A Nice Gift
Children tend to be more entertained by this product that adults. It has been popular with children at a variety of functions, and they have sometimes even argued over using it. The simple, large appearance of the device, couples with the thick stylus, have endeared it to even the very young. Some parents have recommended this product for birthdays and Christmas time.
A Family Experience
Children can, however, incorporate their parents into the Udraw experience. This is because it includes the digitalized version of “Pictionary”. Users have noted that this is the highlight of the product. This game encourages an interactive drawing event in which the whole family can take part. Some users have complained that this”Pictionary” does not offer a lot of time for the players to draw their cues, making the game a challenging experience for first-time users.
The tablet does need a bit of getting used to. Some reviewers have said that it is better suited to people with some experience in graphic design. They also note that the physical act of drawing on a digital pad with a stylus takes a bit of getting used to. Some say the stylus drags too much on the screen, making drawing a little tricky for novices. Some have suggested the inclusion of real art lessons for the less creatively inclined.
Is It Suitable For The Serious Gamer?
Along with Pictionary, Mr Dood’s Big Adventure encourages user to draw their own avatar for a game. Users also have the opportunity to create their own gaming landscape. This addition is good practice for aspiring game designers and graphic artists. The game itself is not that thrilling, however, and most of the entertainment resides in the actual creation of it. Serious gamers will be disappointed.
However, the sheer variety of options available on this pad for drawing is impressive. There is a wide color palette to use. There are also the options of drawing in charcoal, pen and pencil. These selections support a range of drawing activities that support all kinds of artistic ability.
The Wii Udraw tablet does come with some tutorials. These are more of a technical variety than an artistic one