This is a great game for the youngsters. Or for the parents/teens with younger kids/siblings asking to play with their DS. It's a great way to keep them distracted while waiting for a doctor appointment or other long waits that they'd rather wiggle and run around and you'd prefer they stay quiet and fidget free in a seat (or seat belt).
There's lots of things to color here, and the great part, is you can't color out of the lines! Well you can if you miss one of the more intricate pieces, but that's what the eraser is for :D! There's tons of crayons available too.
I did the adventure section which gets a little repetitive, but for the young, it will be fun. There's a lot of connect the dots, and color in the flowers to reach the goal.
Each section in the coloring book is broken down by categories like land animals, sea animals machines, dinosaur's, pirates/treasure, other categories. Within each section is another few pages of items to color but I felt that they should have added a free form section. A place where you could draw your own picture sadly this is missing. The ability to trade pictures back and forth would have been nice to see too. But the only two options are the coloring book and the adventure - that's it.
Anyways this is really basic for adults and teens - that audience will bore quickly (I did, I had it packed up to return within an hour), some older kids might too. The younger crowd though will have hours of fun coloring and re-coloring. My only dislike was the above features I mentioned and that I couldn't save a picture after I colored it. :(. It seemed that Crayola missed some creativity here in keeping it TOO simple.
My kids had an absolute blast playing this game they spent hours coloring and best of all i didn't have to melt any crayons back together really it is a great game if i could give it a score 1 to 10 i would give it a 1 million when my kids played this game little smiles lit up on there faces if you want your kids as happy as mine rent this game its amazing