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NOW CLOSED: Do you have a Wii? Is your child a budding artist? Would you like to try the new uDraw GameTablet for the Wii and add your feedback on MN?

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AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Tue 08-Mar-11 18:52:38

We've been asked by THQ the makers of the just released uDraw GameTablet to find 5 Mumsnetters and their child(ren) (ideally aged between about 6 and 14) to road test the product and to add their feedback on Mumsnet.

The uDraw GameTablet allows users to 'draw' on a special drawing screen and your artwork then appears, via the Wii, on the TV screen. There are lots of different options for the picture - you can 'draw' in crayon, pen - add on stamps and colour in pictures. The uDraw GameTablet retails for around £50.

Here's what they have to say about the product: "The uDraw GameTablet is a first-of-its-kind, revolutionary game system that provides a unique and fun way for kids and families to play with Wii. With innovative features that allow kids to express themselves and bring their imaginations to life, the uDraw GameTablet creates an all-new category of play through an easy-to-use system. The uDraw GameTablet comes bundled with the uDraw Studio game software. Other games available at launch include Pictionary and Dood?s Big Adventure, with more titles debuting in 2011".

We're looking for 5 Mumsnetters for this product test - this is open to all UK MNers who have a Wii at home. You should also ideally have at least one child aged between 6 and 14 to take part.

If you are selected for the test you will be sent a uDraw GameTablet (with the uDraw Studio game software) as well as copies of Pictionary and Dood's Big Adventure to try (worth a total of around £90). You will be able to keep the products at the end of the trial. In return we'd ask that you add at least 2 lots of feedback to a thread on Mumsnet, to let others know how your child(ren) found it. We'll be asking for initial impressions upon receiving it and then some feedback on how you and your child(ren) are using it after a week or so.

If you'd like to take part please add your details here and we'll be in touch with the selected testers soon.

Many thanks and good luck

OP’s posts: |
LilRedWG Tue 08-Mar-11 18:58:43

Me please. :-)

AtYourCervix Tue 08-Mar-11 19:02:18

yes please grin

daffsntulips Tue 08-Mar-11 19:04:10

Yes, we would be interested too.
2 children ---14 and 12.

maxpower Tue 08-Mar-11 19:04:11

why children between 6-14? My DD is 4 - I saw this product in a shop yesterday and commented that she'd love it.

angelpantser Tue 08-Mar-11 19:08:44

Me too please.

ChaosTrulyReigns Tue 08-Mar-11 19:13:27


Ann, please can you now take the sticky off?

You have The Chosen Few.

Persuasive [wunk]

cybilliberty Tue 08-Mar-11 19:16:29


PLUS I never win ANYTHING <hides Fairy Liquid>

herbietea Tue 08-Mar-11 19:17:01

Message withdrawn

Tortoise Tue 08-Mar-11 19:17:11

My 4 dc would be thrilled to test this out. Fingers

madhairday Tue 08-Mar-11 19:20:08

This would be right up my dc's street too. Pleeeeeaaaasseeee

PersonalClown Tue 08-Mar-11 19:21:45

Would DS be eligible as he is ASD?

He loves his gadgets.

therealmrsbeckham Tue 08-Mar-11 19:22:47

Yes please. I'm sure my DC would love to try it. They are 4 and 10 (and 4months!) and i'm sure that DD aged 10 would invite all her mates over to try it too grin

Maiidamess Tue 08-Mar-11 19:24:35

I really think Cybilliberty should be sent one as asap

ChaosTrulyReigns Tue 08-Mar-11 19:28:20

hmm methinks there's dodginess in the above goings on.



BeerTricksPotter Tue 08-Mar-11 19:32:18

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Tue 08-Mar-11 19:35:07

The age band is just a guide.

Have a feeling this is going to be a popular one!

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fruitshootsandheaves Tue 08-Mar-11 19:36:32

HaHa we have spent all weekend on our Wii...I beat the children on Mario Kart...but lost Monopoly
<needs to get a life>

I'm doing a Graphic Design degree atm so I could legitimately say the children are helping me with my designs / research while we were playing! couldn't I? grin

BeerTricksPotter Tue 08-Mar-11 19:37:14

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Mutt Tue 08-Mar-11 19:37:15

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Pluto Tue 08-Mar-11 19:41:27

Yes please. DS is 11. (The other DS is 2)

Tw1nkle Tue 08-Mar-11 19:44:09

My DD would love to give it go - i'm a little dubious about it too be honest, as they can't see what they're drawing - only on the screen, so would it hinder writing skills?

Piglett Tue 08-Mar-11 19:48:52

Yes please Ds is 5

huffythethreadslayer Tue 08-Mar-11 20:00:47

Yes please. DD is 10 and would love to use this.

gothicmama Tue 08-Mar-11 20:01:34

Count us in DD is 9 and is a budding artist (also have ds 5 and ds 2)

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