Drawn to Life DS

Drawn to Life Image
Metascore
73

Mixed or average reviews - based on 34 Critics

User Score
8.0

Generally favorable reviews- based on 32 Ratings

Summary: Drawn to Life takes players to the next level of interaction and creativity on the Nintendo DS. Your exact drawings populate the game, and no tedious animating or image manipulation is necessary. In other words, your drawing comes to life. Rebuild a small village with your stylus, drawing the planets, animals, sun, moon, stars and much more. Watch as your creations interact in the streets with the town population. Jump, crawl, charge and battle your way through dark forests, windy meadows, busy cities and tropical islands. Drawn to Life provides a powerful, yet easy-to-use paint set, including a 25 color swatch palette, eraser, three brush sizes and flood fill. Not an artist? Tracing templates are available to guide users to create works of art. [5th Cell]
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Rating: E
Official Site: http://www.thq.com/games/gameinfo.php?id=1283&upc=36131
Developer: 5TH Cell
Genre(s): Action Adventure, Adventure, General, General, Sandbox
Number of Players:1 Player
ESRB Descriptors:Mild Cartoon Violence
Cast Credit
Ian Hall Drawn Mode Programmer
Jeremiah Slaczka Art Director
Jeremiah Slaczka Original Concept
Jeremiah Slaczka Original Concept
Jeremiah Slaczka Original Concept
Marius Fahlbusch Technical Director
Brian Firfer Lead Programmer
Chow Chern Fai Lead Artist
Paul Robertson Animation
David J Franco Ending Theme Vocals
David J Franco Sound & Music
David J Franco Sound & Music
Joseph M Tringali Executive Producer
Zachary Brown Village Programmer
O'wes Beck Object Programmer
Steve Chiavelli AI Programmer
Ian Hull Drawn Mode Programmer
Charles Skoda Graphics Programmer
Jeff Luke Level Design
James Youngman Level Design
Hayley Chipman Ending Theme Vocals
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Awards & Rankings

#29 Most Discussed DS Game of 2007
#23 Most Shared DS Game of 2007