Nintendo DS - Released - March 16, 2010
Based on the popular Japanese book series that teaches kids how to draw by combining basic shapes, Let’s Draw! offers a perfect mix of learning and entertainment. With more than 100 objects to draw and fun art related mini games, young players can learn to draw anywhere, at any time. Features • Portable art studio: Because Nintendo DS is a portable system, kids can enjoy drawing at any time, anywhere without the need for paper and crayons!• Touch and animate your pictures: Once a drawing is completed, touch it and bring it to life with animation and sound. Watch the elephant running, the rocket taking off, bird chirping, and more!• Kid friendly voice instructions: Even a small child who can’t read yet can play by simply following the voice instructions throughout the menus and game.• Play fun mini games, with YOUR creations!: Play 10 fun-filled mini games such as “Car Racing”, “Whack-a-Mole” or “Air Hockey” featuring the very characters you’ve drawn.• Flex your creative muscles: Once you’ve mastered your drawing skills in “Learn to Draw” mode, it’s time to unleash the creativity! Draw whatever you like! Once completed, each picture is stored in the Album for you to view later.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - December 22, 2005
In Pocket Dogs , you interact with eight different dogs in an effort to improve your human-canine relationship. You'll be able to converse with your dog, with the dialogue changing depending on the species. You'll also be able to make the dog play games by sharing toys with it. As the player, you'll be able to play games for yourself via three mini games included in the title. By playing mini games players can win jewels which may be used to purchase items for their canine companion and decorate its living space. Featured breeds include the Pug, Chihuahua, and Shih Tzu. Pocket Dogs is developed in conjunction with the Hana Deka Club, a brand of toys and gifts featuring the signature cute dogs photographed with fisheye lenses.