Now you can play Scribblenauts on your PC in gorgeous HD. Venture into a wide-open world where the most powerful tool is your imagination. Help Maxwell solve robust puzzles in seamless, free-roaming levels by summoning any object you can think of.Read full description
The best-selling, award-winning franchise is back – now on PC and bigger than ever!
Now you can play Scribblenauts on your PC in gorgeous HD. Venture into a wide-open world where the most powerful tool is your imagination. Help Maxwell solve robust puzzles in seamless, free-roaming levels by summoning any object you can think of. Create your own original objects, assign unique properties, and share them with friends online – to be used in game or further modified as they like! And for the first time, learn the backstory about Maxwell’s parents, 41 siblings (including his twin sister Lily), and how he got his magical notepad.
All-New Unbound World:
Explore an open universe with unlimited hours of fun using every level as your playground.
Create original objects on Wii U, assign unique properties, and share them with other players online. Use them in game or modify them as you like!
Store previously summoned objects and your own creations in Maxwell’s “magic backpack” for easy access and future use.
Each world comes with a comprehensive list of hints, including the new “Starite Vision” helper highlighting all nearby starites and starite shards.
SCRIBBLENAUTS UNLIMITED software © 2012 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. Developed by 5th Cell Media LLC. Uses Miles Sound System. Copyright © 1991-2012 RAD Game Tools, Inc. Uses Bink Video. Copyright © 1007-2012 by RAD Game Tools, Inc..All other trademarks and copyrights are the property of their respective owners. All rights reserved.
SCRIBBLENAUTS, and all related characters and elements are ™ and © Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. WB GAMES LOGO, WB SHIELD: ™ & © Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. (s12)
Scribblenauts is an adorable cartoon game, where you can write things into existence. Would you like to get a horse? A plain? A banana? A nuclear warhead? God himself? You can! Furthermore, the steam workshop has you covered, if there's something the creators didn't think of, or couldn1t put in in the game for copyright reasons. In it's core, this is a 2d side scrlling adventure fighting game, with a fun twist. Unfortunately, the tasks are not that hard. Every time you have to fight...well....how hard can it be, if you can summon ninjas from thin air? Tha main fun in the game is of course, your creativity. There's a part, where you have to comfort an orphan. You can do anything, so you can summon toys for him, Candy...or, you know, resurrect his parents. Give him new ones actually....kind of messed up... Anyway, this is a really funny game, that is highly recommended :)
Scribblenauts is a very entertaining game. Graphics might seem lil' poor, but it's really not an important thing and you can easily get used to it. This is full and finished project - and i'm saying it with pleasure. I had fun with Scribblenauts for whole 8 hours of playing. Maybe not worth the full price at Store, but there are other resellers. Wings + adjective "super fast" = fun :)
Initially, Scribblenauts Unlimited leaves a favorable impression and gives the player a cool ability to generate almost anything out of thin air and augment existing objects by adding adjectives. Furthermore, generated objects believably interact with each other and the rest of the world, which allows for some creative problem solving. However, an initially cool concept soon turns into a tedious grind involving giving hundreds of NPCs ordinary commonplace items level after level, and many of the references required to generate the right item would likely stump children young enough to enjoy what is essentially a word game. While the game offers quirky graphics and cool mechanics, I think reading a dictionary would be more fun and useful in the end.
I wanted to play this for so long after i first heard about it. At the time it was only for the DS and when it finally arrived on pc, i just had to get it. I played it just it for weeks. It is amazing, how many things the creators thought of. If you want to make a pink tiny chuthullu fight against an angel with a shotgun, you absolutely can! Want to create weapons? What do you need? A sword? A gun? A machine gun? A lightsabre? A nuclear bomb? No problem! You need allies? Enemies? Cake? Basically, almost anything you type, will appear, and you can even specify it. You need a giant dog? A tiny horse? An invisible cat? An invincible fighter jet? You want to summon god himself? Really, i could go on for days, but half the fun is trying out these for yourself.
A very creative game perfect for kids and probably for anyone out there. If you've played all the previous Scribblenauts game this won't give you a big surprise. It is easy to explain how this game work: you have a problem in front of you and you have a magic notebook able to bring to our world whatever you write on it. The original Scribblenauts didn't work like that. Actually, the original one for the Nintendo DS was more like a platform game than a puzzle one. You faced lots of pitfalls, devious traps and buttons to activate and your only objective was to reach the goal where a starite was waiting for you. Then, Super Scribblenauts was released and it changed the structure, making it a puzzle game very similar to what we playe in this Unlimited version. That game added the posibility to add adjectives to whatever you creat via your magic notebook, but it was the change to the puzzle mode what made it worth it. Scribblenauts Unlimited is just another game of the series, but has nothing new to add. However, considering this is the first establishment for PC players, I'd say this game is mandatory. What is more, the fact that you can wirte those words with the keyboard make the game just better -it was tedious to keep writing all those words with the stylus letter by letter-. There are two big problems regarding this game. One is the fact that is way too easy. Super Scribblenauts was a way harder game, and this Unlimited one was the first one from the series that I really feel is made just for kids. Second problem: as you may have already noticed by this review, english is not my mother tongue, and this game is not available in some languages. You have spanish, but not spanish from Spain, only the south american one, which makes this game harder and frustrating to be played by someone from my country. I ended up switching the game to english and the experience was way better. A game I want my kids to play, definitely, but I was expecting a little bit more. I still consider Super Scribblenauts as the best from the series. Anyway, if you are a PC user and this is your first try at the series, you will be overwhelmed by all you can do with it.
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