Scribblenauts Unmasked: A DC Comics Adventure (NA)
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In Scribblenauts Unmasked: A DC Comics Adventure, Maxwell unites with Batman™, Superman™ and the rest of The Justice League™ to restore order to the DC Comics Universe.
Challenge your imagination as you battle the mightiest villains in an exciting, action-filled adventure through GOTHAM CITY™, METROPOLIS™, ATLANTIS™ and other iconic locales from the DC Comics Universe. Bring out your inner super hero (or villain!) with the all-new Hero Creator by crafting completely original objects out of parts of existing DC Comics characters. Then assign unique properties to your creations and use them to solve puzzles, or share them online with friends – which they can use in game or further modify as they like.
The DC Comics Universe: Summon thousands of your favorite DC Comics characters and objects - all drawn in the unique Scribblenauts art style!
Heroic Feats: Enjoy addictive replayability with new, dynamic puzzles that continuously generate different missions every time you play it.
The Hero Creator: Create, edit and share your own personalized super hero or villain by using parts of existing objects from the expansive DC Comics universe. How will your Wonder Joker stack up against your friend’s Bat Bain?
Introducing the Batcomputer: Need help looking for that perfect object to summon? Reference the in-game encyclopedia that lists the names and description of every object from the DC Comics universe.
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A Huge Letdowndarkhorse441 | Feb. 17, 2016 | See all darkhorse441's reviews »
Scribblenauts: Unmasked is a crossover game between the Scribblenauts and DC universes. But how is it? Well let’s break it down: Gameplay: WHAT EVEN HAPPENED HERE? Previous Scribblenauts games have focused on puzzle-solving and using your imagination. This game’s puzzles in-level are basically spelled out for you and those in the different overworlds are randomly generated, which sounds cool but basically ends up being a mess. The levels often involve fighting a DC baddie but OH MY GOODNESS the combat in this game is just awful. It involves randomly clicking on an enemy and attacking with a weapon that breaks after a few hits. The possibility of creating any weapon you can think of is completely neutered by the fact that they all basically attack with the same amount of strength. And if you succeed in defeating a baddie but your superhero partner is killed, you have to restart the level. Further, in order to unlock levels or costumes, you need to complete puzzles to obtain points, but since the puzzles are not fun, there is very little motivation to unlock everything. The gameplay is only saved from being complete trash by the character creator which is connected to the Steam Workshop and the amount of DC superheroes that makes Lego Batman 3 look pitiful. Graphics: No complaints. Both Scribblenauts and DC characters look cute and the 2D animation is gorgeous. The items you create also all look pretty cool. Story: The story was engaging enough to push me to finish the game until the final “twist”. It is mostly DC-centric with the Scribblenauts characters being the characters from another dimension who must team with DC characters to get home. I would recommend some background DC knowledge before playing this game. Gameplay Experience: No bugs, no crashes, barely any limitations on the things you can write into existence. What could have been a good game is hindered by a terrible combat system and no real reward for solving puzzles.
Educational and fun for anyone who can read and write.GuardianOfSouls | Oct. 23, 2015 | See all GuardianOfSouls's reviews »
Great game for kids if a little esoteric. Pretty much the only real negative about this game is the knowledge you need to have about the DC universe in order to play the game. Most of it can be picked up by paying attention as you play along but it makes it a tougher game at times. Writing whatever you want in the world is great fun and highly recommended for anyone who wants a simple and fun puzzle game. It is an especially great tool for teaching your kids about concepts and spelling. If choosing between Unmasked and Unlimited I would go with unlimited but this is still a fun game and worth it.
SuperSparkWave | Aug. 6, 2015 | See all SparkWave's reviews »
This game takes Scribblenauts to a whole new level! Not only are you able to fight alongside your favorite DC superheroes, but you are even able to wear their suits and basically anything DC superhero related. It is as fun as scribblenauts, but as you get deeper, the fun follows!
Everything you loved about Scribblenauts PLUS the DC univsersdannie1993 | July 15, 2015 | See all dannie1993's reviews »
If you played Scribblenauts then you know how creative this game is. After just a few short minutes of testing out the game I recreated the infinite crisis event with just a few simple words. All your favorite DC super heroes are just a few words away (for the tutorial I made batman a kryptonian lol). Great port for the PC because when it comes down to it this game is meant to be played on the PC. Think about it you have to type in words do anything, and that what the keyboard is made for. The only problem I found is that when you spawn a lantern ring it only lets you hold it but not equip it, so you don't get any of the rings powers. But I think there is a mod on steam that fixes that.
The best Scribblenauts EVER (if you are a DC fanboy)cpiane | June 18, 2015 | See all cpiane's reviews »
If you like Scribblenauts, this will excite you. If you like DC, this will excite you. If you like both buy it NOW! You play as the same old Maxwell from the original titles, except this time you get stuck in a DC world where you must help the heroes of the comic world to save the day and stop your doppleganger. Travel to Gotham, and walk around the batcave. Learn new things that EVERY DC fanboy needs to know. You might think you know everything about a certain character, but truth is, you don't. So like I said, if you are a Scribblenauts fan, play this for the adventure and story as it ties in with the past games. If you are a DC fan, come here for the characters and the new information you will pick up along the way. A beautiful game and one that is worth playing over and over again.