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To encourage creativity, help build confidence and inspire young game designers to make their own games, CoraQuest the board game was developed using children and young people’s original artwork from around the world. The submitted designs were then interpreted by our chief colourer-in, Gary, to build the game’s unique and inclusive look.  This page lets you upload your family’s art submissions, adding to the game’s ever-expanding universe and helping make the CoraQuest Community the special place that it is.

It’s the adventure’s climactic finale with giant spiders and gruesome ghosts.

Help us picture these boss baddies in all their terrifying glory!!

If your young artist wants to join in this art request, we need drawings of the ghost of Hoodez and a massive spider.

Thank you for taking part in CoraQuest Keep on Questing Expansion! We love seeing all your awesome drawings!

Grown-Ups Allowed

BEEP BOOP! What are these menacing machines?

Crazed cleaning robots are on the loose and they want to wipe the floor with you!

Artist’s of ALL AGES can join in this art request, so come on parents we need drawings of rogue robots!

These are new enemies to deal with and will be turned into a standee and a large square enemy card.

This request is now closed

Things are heating up for the heroes as they emerge from the steam and smoke to find the oozing lava lakes.

Streams of molten magma carve their way through the dungeon making each step possibly the adventurer’s last.

If your young artist wants to join in this art request, we need drawings of the lava flows and everything that surrounds them.

Remember, drawing in a plan view can be challenging and isn’t for everyone.  Other art requests, that are for front-on items, will be revealed.

This request is now closed

What have our brave adventurers entered now?

Glittering and gleaming the walls of the Goblin Mines are studded with a rainbow assortment of shiny gems.

If your young artist wants to join in this art request, we need top-down views of these crystal caverns, complete with the tools and equipment the goblins use to collect the precious jewels.

Remember, drawing in a plan view can be challenging and isn’t for everyone.  Other art requests, that are for front-on items, will be revealed.

This request is now closed

As new dungeons are explored, all types of rooms are being discovered.

What our brave adventurers have stumbled onto this time is a set of magical laboratories!

If your young artist wants to join in this art request, we need top-down views of these strange and wonderful laboratories.

Remember, drawing in a plan view can be challenging and isn’t for everyone.  Other art requests, that are for front-on items, will be revealed.

This request is now closed

New rooms have been discovered in the dungeons of Hoodezfield and we need your help to furnish them.

Each room tells a story about what it is used for. We have a:

  • Library
  • Amoury
  • Tomb
  • Spider Den

What objects would they contain?

If your young artist wants to join in this art request, we need top-down views of the different objects that they think would be found in the different spaces.

They can choose one room to illustrate or all four but remember, drawing in a plan view can be challenging and isn’t for everyone.  Other art requests, that are for front-on items, will be revealed.

This request is now closed

New environments have also been discovered in the dungeons of Hoodezfield and we need your help to picture them.

These icy caves chill you to the bone. Slippery and slidey it’s hard for the heroes to stay on their feet. Worst of all there is all manner of abominable beasts lurking in the frozen darkness.

What would ice caves look like?

If your young artist wants to join in this art request, we need top-down views of the frozen environment.

Remember, drawing in a plan view can be challenging and isn’t for everyone.  Other art requests, that are for front-on items, will be revealed.

This request is now closed

These smelly slime caves will turn your stomach, make sure you don’t fall in. Filled with bubbling gloop, it’s surprising how much stuff unfortunate adventurers have left abandoned here.

What would slime caves look like? What items have been left behind in the foul-smelling gunk?

If your young artist wants to join in this art request, we need top-down views of the slime environment.

Remember, drawing in a plan view can be challenging and isn’t for everyone.  Other art requests, that are for front-on items, will be revealed.

This request is now closed

Wizard Pebbledash needs brave heroes to find the magical Amulet Of Cora!

But how will they know what it looks like?

If your young artist wants to join in this art request, we need drawings of the super awesome amulet.

This is a Special Item and will appear on one of the small CoraQuest cards.

This request is now closed

Wizard Pebbledash needs a new brave hero!

But who will it be and what will they look like ?

If your young artist wants to join in this art request, we need drawings of your amazing heroes.

Our Terms and Conditions –

  • By sending us drawings you are giving us permission to adapt and build upon the design in any medium or format.
  • You are also agreeing to us being able to remix, distribute, and commercially use the submission/s as part of the CoraQuest franchise.
  • There is no prize or payment for us using your child’s picture – other than having the design reworked by a professional artist and the bragging rights of having a first name credit in the game. If that’s not your cup of tea then we completely understand.
  • Whilst we can’t promise to include every submission, we try to work in as many designs as possible and every contribution is incredibly uplifting and adds real value to all we do.
  • Finally, please do not copy any copyrighted material and send it to us as your own, as that may land us in legal hot water!

How to change picture names?

Android

Open your file manager app.

Go to where the file is saved.

Long press on the file you want to change.

In the window that just popped up select the rename option.

Rename the file to whatever you wish.

Hit OK.

Iphone

Go to Photos and open a picture.

Tap on Share, scroll down and tap “Save to Files”.

Tap “On My iPhone” and select a folder.

To rename the image, tap the file name next to the image thumbnail and enter a name.

Hit Save

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Mark

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Talk to us…

You can email us at gameswithcora@gmail.com. Alternatively, you are warmly welcome to join our growing facebook group to share ideas and keep up to date with the latest developments.

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