Tagged With scribblenauts

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Back in 2009, a little game called Scribblenauts blew minds across the world with a single ambitious concept: You could make anything. By typing a noun on the in-game keyboard, you'd conjure that object into the game's world. The game could recognise just about anything, from common (dinosaurs) to esoteric (Shoggoth). Most people believed that this impressive system was the result of complicated maths, but according to one designer, the real secret was handcrafting.

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Grab your dictionary and go on some wacky adventures with your fave DC heroes, or make some insane superheroes of your own with the game's editor -- the PC community already seems to be having lots of fun with that. Above's the launch trailer, and here you can find our impressions.

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The Scribblenauts games are for people who like using their imagination, but what if using one's imagination didn't mean creating something new? What if it meant creating Scribblenauts versions of some of the coolest movies and games ever?

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Scribblenauts will be coming to the Wii U in HD, giving players an insight into Maxwell's story. Players can use the Wii U touchpad to design and edit creations to add to the world, like the auto mutt shown in this video, and goes beyond the previous Scribblenauts games' word entry capabilities. Scribblenauts Unlimited will also add a multiplayer component to Maxwell's doodle-filled world.