LeapFrog Adventure Sketchers Review + LeapPad2 Power & Game {Giveaway}

It’s been a while since we’ve shared a LeapFrog review and our recent test run with their Adventure Sketchers! Draw, Play, Create innovative game was so fantastic that we had to elaborate here.  Adventure Sketchers allows budding gamers to take ownership of their adventures.  The players design a heroic main character to navigate a customizable quest in the Kingdom of Gru, full of action, recordable sound effects, and endless creativity.

Meet Misaga Rainbow Blaster Master.  She is part Ninja Warrior, part Giant Panda (note her black and white legs).  Her rainbow powers (which exist in her right hand only) contain purposeful love air.  She is six year old imagination brought to life, much to the delight of her creator, my daughter, Lucia P.

Adventure Sketchers Review, LeapFrog Adventure Sketchers Review, LeapPad Giveaway The ability to design and create characters and several story elements (flowers that shoot lasers, heart energizers and various platforms to use as aids) are what makes Adventure Sketchers a stand out game. My kids have had fun playing with pants man (literally just a pair of pants without a body), and crafting an entire game around potty humor (complete with voiceovers and sound effects).  Best of all, the children’s one-of-a-kind creations can be saved for future game play.  The creative possibilities truly are endless as the game emphasizes art instruction, storytelling, story building, and problem solving.

Win It:

LeapFrog LeapPad Giveaway

LeapFrog is giving away a LeapPad2 Power Learning Tablet (complete with one-step-recharger) and Adventure Sketchers! Draw, Play, Create cartridge to one lucky MB reader.  Simply enter to win in the rafflectopter below.  All entries are verified (US only please), and a winner will be selected in one week. Best of luck and thanks for visiting!
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As a LeapFrog Motherboard blogger, I receive product for testing.  Find my previous LeapFrog reviews under the label LeapFrog.   As always, opinions are strictly my own.