1. What is Crayola Scoot?
Crayola Scoot is a scooter-racing game in which players perform tricks to create bursts of color across the game world — sort of a cross between Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater and Splatoon. It was released in October 2018.
2. Why is Crayola Scoot on my Nintendo Switch?
Crayola Scoot was on sale for approximately 10% of its normal retail price of $19.99 USD on the Nintendo eShop. I can only conclude that I purchased it at this price late at night while under the influence of vaporized cannabis, believing that it would provide amusing grist for an article on this website.
3. Is Crayola Scoot good?
Crayola Scoot has a score of 74 on Metacritic based on five critic reviews, indicating “mixed or average” reviews.
4. What does Crayola Scoot want?
Crayola Scoot is an inanimate piece of software and does not “want” anything in the conventional sense of the term. However, we might concede that Crayola Scoot, like all human-built pieces of art and entertainment, wants in some sense — as a result of the human labour and energy imbued within it — to be engaged with and appreciated.
5. Is Crayola Scoot right for my family?
Crayola Scoot is rated E for Everyone by the Entertainment Software Rating Board, which indicates content that is “generally suitable for everyone… which may contain minimal cartoon, fantasy, or mild violence and/or infrequent use of mild language.”
6. Where does the color come from in Crayola Scoot?
Crayola Scoot features characters riding on scooters which emit bursts of ink-like color whenever they perform tricks, similar to Nintendo’s Splatoon franchise. However, in Crayola Scoot it is unclear where the color comes from. It may be generated by the characters or their conveyances, or we may learn more about it in a future expansion or lore drop.
7. Can you dab in Crayola Scoot?
Of course you can.