Scribbles and Ink is not just a game, but it is a wonderful online interactive experience. This animated series, like so many like it before, is based on a series of children's books, and because it is a series aimed at younger audiences, it is both an educational one as well as an entertaining one, with the main premise of it being interaction, since the show lets children interact with the drawings shown on their television in a fascinating new way. The two animals are going to give you pens, brushes, and crayons, as well as a multitude of colors. They are going to give you suggestions on what to draw, and you do it because your drawings are going to serve as the canvas for their adventures, which you will see take place. Whether it is going fishing or even in outer space, for the adventures to happen the characters need your help, so playing this game is a must! Scribbles and Ink are a duo of drawn animals, with one being a cat and the other one a mouse. These two animals are natural enemies, but not in this series, where they are best friends who have all sorts of interesting adventures in each episode of the show. They have fun even if it is raining outside, and sometimes they even go to space to have a great time. The awesome thing is that kids watch the TV and they are encouraged to draw things by the two characters, who then draw together with the children. The show is aimed more towards online audiences, still, because that way they get to interact with these characters more directly, making the experience a way better and interesting one. As kids interact more with the characters, so will the show and games based on it change, because it is an experiment when it comes to such interactive television programmes for kids, one that is set to evolve during the years. A mother and son alligator show kids how to make a drawing with two people involved. A silly sentence/description of the drawing subject accompanies a space where the partners can draw it. Some pages have spaces for two drawings, others will feature a single drawing on a large spread.