Crayola Scoot goes for the bright and colourful world seen in games such as Splatoon, with the game certainly aimed at the younger gamers out there, with me as a 39-year-old not really going to be in awe or blown away by either of those things on my old tired eyes. The whole point of the game is you on a scooter making a mess with paint when performing tricks, as you work through events trying to make your way up a leaderboard called the Colour cup. Every time you rank up to a new fame level within the game you will face off against a boss in the game by playing a game of S.C.O.O.T, in which you must perform the best combo in a set time to win a point. Make them spell scoot and it's game over for them. The worlds have a number of events to play through to earn the fame points you need to face these bosses, with events like trick run (standard score the most points to win the match). Colour frenzy (colouring as much as the park area as you can before times runs out via tricks, triggers, and boosts). Crazy crayons (first to collect 5 crayons wins) being just a few of the games available to you.
Away from the single player the game also offers local play via the arcade mode. Here you can play with you and three other players in all the modes that the game has to offer. Fancy going solo? You can also just play against AI too if you wish to get to grips with some of the modes on offer, but your bread and butter will always be the career like mode mentioned previously.
Overall: Crayola Scoot is hardly going to set the world on fire or be anything a gamer over the age of 18 will sink a load of time into. Young kids who enjoy scooters and like making some mess will get a kick out of the game though, with it being a somewhat fun experience if given the chance, all be it a short-lived one if a single player kinda kid.