Lottie Loves… Crayola Scoot
We don’t very often find Xbox games that we all like and much less that all three of us can play together so we were really pleased when we were asked to test Crayola Scoot.
Up to four people can play Crayola Scoot at the same time and there are loads of different activities and games you can do.
Before you start you design your character, choose your scooter and pick your colour. You then choose which event you want to do and start scooting.
There are modes for competitive play and modes for fun play. They can be played on your own against the game or with other friends.
The idea is to splat your colour everywhere which you do by doing tricks and stunts, the player with the most colour at the end of the event wins but you can also get trophies and points for other reasons like spectacular stunts.
My favourite game is Splat Tag where you choose if you are the tagger or are scooting away, if you are the tagger you need to do tricks near your opponents and try and splat them with your paint colour. If they get splatted then they become the tagger.
Luke likes Team Colour Frenzy were you do stunts and tricks to put as much of your colour over the park as possible , the team who have splatted the most colour is the winner.
Each game and event is quite short so you can play a few and then have a break. My Mum thinks this is good for younger children because the games aren’t too long.
I really like Crayola Scoot, it’s very colourful and lots of fun. Some games you have to be good at stunts and be able to do lots of things but lots of them you can play just for fun.
Sam and I have loved playing Crayola Scoot and Luke has enjoyed the competitive games so it’s good for all ages, we would recommend this as a fun family game to play together on the Xbox. You can also get it on PS4 and Nintendo Switch
Disclaimer: We were gifted Crayola Scoot in exchange for our review but all thoughts are my own.
Reviewed by Lottie age 7 with help from Mum