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We kept this game much longer than I originally thought we would. It is definitely geared for the younger aged kids - maybe 3 years up to 5 or 6 would enjoy this game but I'm not seeing many older kiddos getting into it that much. It is all about painting and drawing. There are some games like connect the dots, picture puzzle, and the paint blaster game (the best one in my opinion). The paint blaster game allows you to "blast" a certain color onto an ever moving row of colorfully outlined flowers - if your paint blast matches the color outline of the flower - it fill in. The more flowers you fill in - the higher your score. My son absolutely loved the stamp feature on the drawing section. He spent ours painting and blasting with the spray can. I know that he can do the same in real life but there's just something really cool about seeing his work on the TV that just really made him super excited.