Crayola has announced a new partnership with the game developer, Outright Games. They are working on a new game that will release on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC this Autumn.

Crayola is the worldwide leader of children’s creative products, and Outright Games are a worldwide video games publisher. The partnership is certainly one of the most unusual in Gaming history, and not much is known about what this game will be, yet.

Terry Malham, the CEO of Outright Games, stated that they were thrilled to partner with Crayola as they return to creating video games.

He went on to say that Crayola’s drive to give children everywhere creative tools and virtual activities is an inspiration to him and his team. They are looking forward to working with Crayola to create something that is enjoyable for all ages.

Warren Schorr, the Vice President of Business Development and Global Licensing, at Crayola stated that they are all about inspiring creativity and new play experiences and that their partnership with Outright Games allows them to explore this in new areas.

Other Outright Games releases

Outright Games have created many games in their lifetime and worked with lots of different licenses. They developed the “Adventure Time” game which released on 3DS, Wii U, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, and Xbox 360.

They are also working on “Adventure Time: Pirates of the Enchiridion” which is set to release globally on 20 July 2018. They have worked on lots of games over their 30 years of development.

While there are no details about what this latest project with Crayola will look like, it seems that the license is in good hands. While this is Crayola’s first dive into the games industry, they are no stranger to making games and know how to handle a license.

Crayola drawing games

There are several Crayola physical games such as “3,2,1 Draw!” which has players picking something to draw and then rolling dice to make it harder. They then have to draw their chosen thing within the time limit and have their team guess what it is before the time runs out. Other games include Scribble Scramble where players must draw their picture before it gets wiped out.

The quicker a team guesses what the drawing is, the more points they score.

Whatever form this new Crayola video game takes, it will be releasing on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC later this year, and will likely have something to do with being creative and drawing.