Pictoimage (DS) Reviews
Product Type: Sega Nintendo DS games
Description:Manufacturer: Sega / Genre: Family & Entertainment / Release Date: 2008 / Play on your own or with up to seven friends ... more
Pictoimage (DS) ... as you take it in turn to draw an image while competitors race against the clock to guess the word first. The random generated words can be anything from an apple, to a butler or even a giraffe. You don't need to be good at drawing, just use the stylus to help get the correct answer in the least amount of time.
Newest Review: ... screen what you think the image is of. It can be hard to work out what it is, for instance one of them is just 8 lines drawn ... more
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Customer Pictoimage (DS) Reviews (3)
by - written on 20/10/10 (Very useful, 26 readings)
Well i bought this game together with mysims for £15 each (2 for £30 in Argos). Mysims was possibly worth it, this however, i must say, was not. It feels like a game that deserves to be put on the DSiware store, more like an independantly developed game that someone slapped together in a few months. The basic's of the game are this: An image is shown on the top screen, and you must write in at the bottom screen what you think the image is of. It can be hard to work out what it is, for instance one of them is just 8 lines drawn vertically on the screen, which could be anything. There are a couple of hundred of these if not more if i ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/02/09 (Very useful, 555 readings)
I love the Pictionary concept - the board game was always a great laugh with my family at Christmas time, and on a sporadic basis I do love to have fun on iSketch. The unimaginatively named 'PictoImage' promises to bring this experience to the DS. Basically, in single player mode, the game 'challenges' you with a series of drawings ranging from semi-artful creations to scribble-a-thons, and you have to write what they are. Instantly you are thrown into fits of frustration by the terribly implemented handwriting feature. The handwriting detection here is worse than ANY I've seen on the DS, and this is something that has been done a lot of times ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/01/09 (Very useful, 53 readings)
Strolling through Tescos back in November, I decided to take a look down the entertainment aisle. After putting back the DVDs I'd realised I already had (idiot), I made my way down to the games section. Browsing the titles, I looked at the Nintendo DS games, muttering about how expensive the games were considering they're only little cartridges, when I stumbled upon Pictoimage. A Little Background Information ------------------------------------------ The game was released by Sega in August 2008, exclusively on Nintendo DS. It fits in the puzzle genre, and can be played by 1-8 players on wireless ds single-card download play, and on ... Read the complete review
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