Rescuing a young girl from a cursed tower is tricky, but when she has the power to enter paintings and bring them to life, you will need the assistance of her painted friends to save her.
This is a dark game: the tower is falling apart and the remains of her paintings are all over the place. Unlikely most games, it views this as the problem you are solving, bringing life back to the tower as you fix the problems. It has a lovely feature where objects can be taken from one painting to another to repair them, and into the real world to solve problems.
There's no violence, only a threat right at the end...and it ends on a cliffhanger.
It's probably the best game of its type, although there are a few scares, and the artwork is outstanding.
The second game picks up immediately after it, but my aging PC could not play Part Two. When I get a chance it may be the first game I install on my desktop just to find out what happens.
There are two more games in the series: Drawn: Dark Flight, the sequel, and Drawn:Trail of Shadows, a prequel, but I haven't played them because of the issue above.
Platform: PC, Android