Disney Princesses Are Drawn Nicely in Enchanting Storybooks

Disney Princess: Enchanting Storybooks, out now for the Nintendo DS and Wii, is an artistic-themed game using the uDraw tablet for the Wii version, and the DS’ stylus for the DS version. The uDraw Tablet is a special controller for the Wii, XBOX 360, and PlayStation 3 that features all of the buttons, of the regular controller, plus a large touch-sensitive surface and a stylus, which translates into action on-screen.

Enchanting Storybooks features the major Disney princesses (Ariel, Belle, Cinderella, Jasmine, Tiana, and Rapunzel) in an enchanted world that a well-meaning fairy has accidentally stripped of all color. Kids get to work with the uDraw Tablet, bringing life back to the world through paint-by-number activities, tilt-to-paint pictures, and coloring book freestyle images, many of which are narrated to drive along the story.

Your little girl can enchant her own kingdom for $30 for the Wii version, or $20 for the DS version. You can also purchase the Wii version and the uDraw Tablet bundled together off Amazon for $80.