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  • Summary: Drawful is back to save your boring parties with the new multiplayer party game Drawful 2, which challenges players to draw weird, funny and often ridiculous prompts on their smartphones and tablets.

    Building on the original hit Drawful, Drawful 2 takes it to the next level by allowing
    Drawful is back to save your boring parties with the new multiplayer party game Drawful 2, which challenges players to draw weird, funny and often ridiculous prompts on their smartphones and tablets.

    Building on the original hit Drawful, Drawful 2 takes it to the next level by allowing players to make their own episodes of unique nonsensical prompts, in-jokes about their messed up friends and references to whatever they want, which can be shared using special codes.
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  1. Positive: 2 out of 4
  2. Negative: 0 out of 4
  1. Jul 30, 2018
    80
    Overall, as a stand alone product, Drawful 2 a dang good party game and fun for many families and groups, provided they can laugh at chaos and can tolerate the drawing aspects.
  2. Jun 25, 2018
    80
    Drawful 2 is a safe but fun sequel that adds in just enough new features for even those that have played the original. Gather a group of friends and Drawful 2 is an absolute blast and thanks to the addition of user-created content there’s no end to the drawing antics you’ll get up to.
  3. 70
    Drawful 2 is still just as fun as the first, and more fun with the ability to create personalized prompts in games. But if you’re looking to get more bang for your buck stick to the first title, because Drawful 2 doesn’t seem to live up to changing much in the way of a sequel. It provides more of the same fun, and it’s hard to fault it for that because the base game is a wild time at parties.
  4. Jun 22, 2018
    60
    As part of The Jackbox Party Pack, Drawful offered a brief yet silly way to have fun with friends, but its no-frills concept, the sheer lack of support for online multiplayer (especially with the lack of native streaming support Switch users have to contend with) and the hefty £8 asking price and Drawful 2 becomes a tough sell at best. However, if you’re really desperate for a couchplay alternative, this one might just scratch that party game itch.