Pen tablet maker Wacom is launching a new PC game for children called Colorelli, designed to get children using the pen tablet to give free reign to their creativity.

Colorelli Island is a 3D world where Mayor Finly, a goldfish, Boz, a gorilla, Ozzy, a pelican, and Marie Lu, a giraffe, all live in harmony collecting colours and artwork. They work together to outwit evil Dr Grey, a chameleon, who wants to steal the colour from Colorelli Island.

In the game, players can paint naturally in the Creativity Studio, do projects with over 100 templates, and take on 15 story missions and 10 creativity missions.

The game is available for £40 from PC World on 8 November.