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- Bring any noun to life by writing or typing it in the notepad! All objects behave as they would in real life. Flee from aggressive monsters, save a fairy princess, or swim under the ocean with a mighty whale! Whatever you imagine will come alive!
- Hundreds of unique scenarios that range from simple (get the Starite out of a tree!) to complex mechanic based puzzles. Solve puzzles in dozens of completely unique ways
- Numerous environments, multiple game modes, and unlockable content provide a lasting and enjoyable experience!
The premise is simple: The player uses the touch-screen to help their character, Maxwell, acquire the star in each level by solving a series of puzzles. The twist is, in order to solve each puzzle the players use the notepad to write down objects that are used to reach the goal. This game is all about experimentation, imagination and endless replay value. Think of any person, place or thing, write it down, and watch it come alive! Write Anything, Solve Everything!
|Official Release Date||Sep 15, 2009|
|ESRB Everyone 10
Titles rated E10+ (Everyone 10 and older) have content that may be suitable for ages 10 and older. Titles in this category may contain more cartoon, fantasy or mild violence, mild language and/or minimal suggestive themes.
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|Average rating:||(4 out of 5)|
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Something entertaining for when you are free. Some levels are tricky, but others are too easy.
I bought Scribblenauts thinking that this game would be a game that in the start it will be really easy and then it increases it's difficult, and needed more of my inteligence and criativity to resolve the puzzle, this all in some fun and casual way. And when I played, found it very cool, got happy to have the option to play in my language, really recommend this game! The only problem it that sometimes it got so hard, that you get pissed with the difficult, but some people that likes these hard games will love it. In the game there are some bugs, they're boring, but since we ignore them, it's a wonderful game.
In concept this game should be great but on paper not so much. A few stupid game design choices but if you can look past that this game is good and very unique that its a must play for people.
...of a game that could've been perfect. Control frustrations keep this from being a favorite.
Scriblenauts is a game that can get very frustrating very quickly. The movement system needs a lot of work, if you attempt to select an object with your stylus, especially a small object like a piece of rope, and miss it your character will instantly run to where you just selected. This is incredibly annoying when you are trying to set up an action and the character just bowls into everything.
Some words it doesn't recognise so you need to think of anything else it may be called before you can get it. Other items are not what you expect, either size wise or in what they are capable of.
Also many of the levels can be completed by using the same commands and so the only replayability comes from "How else could I achieve that?".
A nice idea but lots of little flaws spoil it and unlike some games the flaws are too many to redeem it.
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