Disney Princess: Enchanting Storybooks has been released for Wii’s Ubisoft drawing peripheral uDraw; Disney’s way of getting in on the action and targeting young girls with a princess-themed drawing title.
In this game of creativity and discovery, the classic stories of the beloved Disney princesses are told in a unique and interactive way that will have kids using their uDraw GameTablet or Nintendo DS stylus like a magic brush to color and bring their favorite Disney Princess storybook to life.
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Disney Princess: Enchanting Storybooks features unforgettable stories like never before as players complete a variety of drawing, coloring and musical activities.
Featured in the game are more than 10 types of play, such as Magic Search, Spot the Differences, Make a Melody, Tune-Up and an array of princess coloring pages. The motion control feature of the uDraw GameTablet also allows for unique gameplay, such as Tilt Painting and Tilt a Maze. Progression through the game will unlock additional features like bonus Snow White activities and new creative magical tools, such as Belle’s Rose Crayon and Rapunzel’s Watercolor Brush.
Furthermore, this is the first uDraw game created especially for girls, and the first time Disney fans will meet Opal, the Keeper of Color, to help re-color the storybook pages.
The game is available on Wii for a price a budget price of $30 or on DS for $20.
Here’s a trailer for Disney Princess: Enchanting Storybooks.