The claim behind fall DS puzzle-action title Scribblenauts is that the game will render any kid-safe concrete noun that a player types into it. Today, we got our second crack at stumping it.
When last Kotaku tried Scribblenauts, it was editor-in-chief Brian Crecente trying to stump the game. But with each word he typed into the game — gun, guillotine, iron maiden — the DS game rendered the relevant object. He said he stumped it with "pillory," but, you know, most of us don't use that word as a noun.