This holiday season many kids want VIDEO GAMES and as a fellow gamer I love finding the perfect game for the right person. My 10 and 7 year old girls love to play video games but I would put their skill level at beginner. This last week they have been playing Crayola Scoot and it has been hours of entertainment!
The battle for the Crayola Color Cup is on! So get ready to jump, flip, spray on a speed boost and out-combo the competition. To win you will need to beat the Scoot Legends in a rainbow of team and solo events like Splatter Tag, Trick Run and the classic Game of S.C.O.O.T. These are all screen shots from the Outright Games website but our game play looks just like their examples.
- Create your own Crayola Scoot character and start your journey to becoming scooter legend
- Perform insane tricks and jumps to splash your color and activate traps, boosts and shortcuts
- Upgrade your scooter and your rider’s style as you rise to fame and challenge for the championship
- Keep it fresh with 6 team and solo events including Color Frenzy, Crazy Crayon, Splatter Tag. S.C.O.O.T and Trick Run
- Challenge the outrageous Scoot Legends for the Crayola Color Cup on 12 parks across 3 worlds
- Splat your friends in 4-player split-screen battles
You start out with a basic player and scooter and the more you play and the more you win you can then upgrade your player and scooter look. There are plenty of ramps and rails to play on. “Beginner players” will have plenty of fun learning how to do tricks and more seasoned players will have fun perfecting their trick combos. Playing solo is fun but playing multi-player is even better! Grab your friends and family for a split screen color clash, with 4-player fun to make any party more colorful. The bigger the stunts means more color ? and in Crayola Scoot, color is the name of the game!
This game is rated E so it is perfect for the whole family to play! There is a great tutorial in the beginning to help players learn how to do all the moves which is a great feature when teaching young children how to play a game. This game reminds me of skateboarding games I would play as a kid but I love how it is scooters as that is what kids today love. Even the adults in our house have been getting in on the Crayola Scoot action!