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Rating Summary

Based on 3 critic reviews
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70

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Game Information

Available on:Wii UDec 15, 2016

Publisher: Bear Box Media

Genre: Creation

With 5 game modes to choose from, each offering a unique experience. Play in Versus, Teams, Elimination, Barricade or even Tug'O'Draw mode, and find out who is the best artist! Introducing optional 'Mutators' that change how you play. Too good at drawing? How are you at drawing when you can't see the page? What if the ink travels in the opposite direction to your pen? Mutators can really switch up the game with hilarious outcomes. Child friendly words!Players can toggle easy mode on and off for individuals, enabling younger players to take part in the same game as everyone else! Don't think our list of over 1500 words is quite enough? No problem! Add your own with the Word Creator!
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Reviews

When effectively utilised, the Wii U GamePad is a great way to entertain a crowd of friends or family. Bear Box Media has been able to capture the unique controller's brilliance by adapting the classic word guessing game, Pictionary. Admittedly, Scribble is unlikely to win over anyone seeking a more traditional video game experience, while its appeal is perhaps a little limited by its genre. What is on offer, though, can be enjoyed by everyone.

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Overall, Scribble hits all of the marks of a solid multiplayer party game. It knows what it wants to do and executes well on it. So if you have a bunch people over and want a simple game for an enjoyable time, consider downloading Scribble. Anyone can play it, and everyone will enjoy it.

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Scribble definitely carves its own niche as a solid, out of the box party game for the Wii U. Since it doesn't require anyone to mess around with additional Wii Remotes or other accessories, it's really easy to set up and play anytime. It's hard not to wish there was slightly more to the game, and despite the simple controls, it would have been nice if there were a couple of options for alternative control setups. It won't turn any heads, but it's a solid Pictionary clone, and one that's sure to please party-goers of all ages.

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