Scribble Hero Review
Pros & Cons:

Pros: Simple Fun UI & Controls, Upgrade system

Cons: Be nice to see new game modes or even multiplayer online mode

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Nickelodeon designed Scribble Hero to make a fun cartoon-styled shooter. Survive an onslaught of enemy doodles as you use basic controls to drag your sketch around, dodging enemies while taking them out.

Automatic shooting is in place and controls consist of you dragging your sketch around on a notebook surface. In order to turn back and forth you have to be dragged over the middle fold of the notebook which causes you to constantly switch back and forth between enemy waves. The cartooned styled graphics make it a great kid’s game that’s not too violent despite the weapons in place. The level progress bar times you while you try to survive before the round ends. You’re presented with 3 lives but can pick up more along the way.

At the end of each level you’re given a score with statistics showing enemies killed, coins gathered and so on. If you die, however, you get a cool feature that allows you to battle alongside your past self. A ghost of your former self appears tracing the same steps you took before dying, to help you along the way. On top of it all the game has a great abilities/upgrade system in place – increased weapons, boost upgrades such as improved bombs on the map and so on.

Overall the game looks like a simple dodge-and-shoot game but really has much more to it than meet the eye. A cartoon-styled game with great mechanics behind it with improved weapons power ups and so on. At $1 it’s worth picking up for a kid or grownup.  To sit down and power through the levels, check it out today.

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