5th Cell's inventive puzzle-platformer Scribblenauts will be coming to vinyl toy and plushie form later this year, thanks to bobblehead and action figure experts Funko. Maxwell in fabric and vinyl form is now available for pre-order at fine toy resellers.
Scribblenauts is a title that is synonymous with the English language. Or, at least, the Roman alphabet. So how does the game look when it gets translated into Japanese?
Think it, write it, see it. That was the premise of 2009's Scribblenauts, which turned a 20,000-word dictionary into a puzzle-solving toolkit. This year it returns with adjectives to prove the pen is a mighty, giant, flaming magic sword.
The sequel to Scribblenauts, last year's quirky, creative hit for the DS, is in our hands and we're playing it for review. You can help out by letting us know what you want to know about Super Scribblenauts.
Mom, Dad and Mini-Maxwell seen this weekend in Los Angeles at a launch event for Super Scribblenauts, which hit shelves yesterday.
Super Scribblenauts, out yesterday, contains more words than its decidedly wordy predecessor. How many words is that? Try about 33,000. And here they all are!
The "more" from that headline refers the hyper-active vikings, powerful cheetahs and tiny dragons alluded to in this new Super Scribblenauts trailer, released as part of WB's Gamescom hype.
If you're going to play like Maxwell, you might as well look like Maxwell, with a pair of attractive plush headphones available to GameStop customers that preorder the adjective-infused Super Scribblenauts.
What innumerable whimsical scenarios can Scribblenauts players generate like some sort of god in the sequel? How about knife-wielding murderous computers, flaming snowmen and flesheating bicycles? That's just the tip of the iceberg in the still kid-friendly Super Scribblenauts.
Nouns can solve problems in Super Scribblenauts, as you can can see in the first two solutions to this challenge level in next month's DS game. But so can a noun connected to just the right adjective.
Inspired by the never-discouraged mailman, the true professional permits no act of nature, chance or evil to interfere with his coverage of a new video game. But what fun could you have with Super Scribblenauts just 10 minutes after your wedding ring disappeared?
It's tough to beat the wow factor of the dizzying dictionary of usable words in last year's Scribblenauts for the DS. This year's followup: Super Scribblenauts, doesn't try to outdo that as much as perfect other aspects of the game.
Sure upcoming DS title Super Scribblenauts will include 120 levels and 800 updated objects, but that's nothing. It will also bring with it adjectives. Adjectives like surfer and balloonist!
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment confirms that the adjective-laden follow-up to 5TH Cell's million-selling Scribblenauts is indeed Super Scribblenauts, due out this fall for the Nintendo DS.