The iPhone and iPad game lets players blast away at each other, proving once and for all the pen is mightier than the sword. At the same time, it also fosters its own community of artists. And at the end of the day, it is also a lot of fun.
When it comes to free games for the iPhone, you really can’t argue with that! But if you’d like to know more about Draw Destruction, our full review is below.
Concept and Gameplay
The idea behind Draw Destruction looks like this: One player sends a drawing of a rabbit to another player. That player must draw something that can destroy the first drawing. In this case, that would be a gun, a fox or some other such oddity.
The drawing is whisked off to the original player, who must return the favor once more. And so on and so forth.
If a player sends a drawing that the other artist finds questionable, we’re off to the tribunal. This is started when one player flags a drawing as inaccurate. The artwork is given to the rest of the Draw Destruction players, who then decide “Yes” or “No.” A legitimate ruling is given the artist, while an illegitimate one is thrown out.
This helps to regulate the gameplay, which is quite needed. The action here is not as smooth or structured as Draw Something and even the measures provided do not make it so. Still, it’s a lot of fun, and we’d highly suggest it.
Design and Graphics
Here is where Draw Destruction earns lots of points in our book. It’s quite clear the developers have spent a great deal of time improving the way Draw Destruction looks.
The end result is an application that’s ready to compete with its peers. It’s clear, crisp, inviting and warm: Qualities that all inevitably lead to a better gaming experience. Not to mention how easy it is to setup an online game.
All in all, this is a very well-designed application, which gives Draw Destruction a definite leg-up for being a rookie on the field.
Considering Draw Destruction is completely free in the App Store, you have nothing to lose by giving it a go! If you find it too unstructured for your liking, you haven’t lost anything. If, however, you like it and want to keep with it, you can extend the fun via in-app purchase.
Overall, this makes Draw Destruction a phenomenal value and one of the more inventive titles we’ve see hit the market in a while. That’s a solid recommendation for Draw Destruction, as well as two thumbs up!
Draw Destruction requires iOS 4.3 or later and is compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. A small expedite fee was paid to speed up the publication of this review.
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