Last month, Crayola and Outright Games announced they were teaming up to make a Crayola-inspired video game. At E3 this week, they've opened the crayon box and revealed Crayola Scoot for both consoles and PC.
Announced with an Oct. 23 release date, Crayola Scoot puts players in a battle for the Crayola Color Cup. To win, they'll need to trigger traps with a tailwhip, spray on a speed boost, and out-combo the competition. The game features a rainbow of team and solo events such as "Splatter Tag", "Trick Run", and the classic "Game of S.C.O.O.T." Players can also do a split-screen color clash for four-player party game fun.
"Crayola stands for creativity and self-expression for people of all ages. Whether creating in the physical space or playing in the interactive space, our mission is to spark creativity," says Warren Schorr, Vice President of Business Development and Global Licensing at Crayola. "Crayola Scoot brings our mission to life in an entirely new space. We are very excited and proud to be part of expanding the brand mission beyond the page and into the interactive space."
The ESRB does not yet list a rating for this game.