A past time enjoyed by small boys for many years…
But soon, with uDRAW from THQ, we will all be able to enjoy drawing with our Wii, without being frowned upon and shunned by society.
The uDRAW Gametablet is an innovative peripheral for the Wii that should be on the shelves in Europe some time next year. It will be packaged with an expansive art-based game, uDRAW Studio and there will be two further games available for the peripheral at launch, Pictionary and Dood’s Big Adventure.
“The uDraw GameTablet is designed to target consumers of all ages this holiday season with a compelling price point and familiar drawing-inspired gameplay mechanic that has been enhanced for today’s tech-savvy families,” said THQ Chief Executive Officer Brian Farrell.
“We’ve designed the uDraw GameTablet to offer something for everyone: the kids can doodle, save their creations on an SD-Card and print their artwork for display on the refrigerator. Students can improve their skills through in-game tutorial lessons. And the whole family can sit down together for family game time with products like Pictionary,” added Executive Vice President, THQ Kids, Family, Casual Games and Global Online Services, Martin Good.
“We are impressed with THQ’s innovative design and focus on bringing a new gameplay experience to the Wii owner with their uDraw GameTablet,” said Steve Singer, vice-president of Licensing for Nintendo of America. “Nintendo is committed to providing fun and unique experiences and THQ’s uDraw GameTablet seems destined to continue that trend.”