While I understand the Drawn to Life games have their fans, and can see some of the appeal in being able to personalize the look of your hero, there’s also no denying that they’re decidedly casual. The core gameplay mostly consists of pretty light puzzle platforming, with some stages simply requiring you get to the exit while others make you knock out all of the enemies on the level first, and there are even those where there’s an added challenge of placing enemies and other elements on the stage first helping to assure your ability to complete them. Throw in the ability to either draw or use pre-made stickers to customize your character and there’s content here to be enjoyed, just more likely by people who skew on the more novice and of the gamer spectrum. If you’re looking for a title to help younger or much less experienced gamers get into the swing of platforming this may not be a bad place to start, but even if you’re just a lightly seasoned gamer this will probably feel a bit too simple.
Justin Nation, Score: