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Topic Title: Scribblenauts (for Nintendo DS)
Topic Summary: Original VS Super?
Created On: 10/13/2010 10:48 AM
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 10/13/2010 10:48 AM
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I recently purchased Super Scribblenauts as part of a sale at Toys R Us (buy 2 get 1 free).

I had purchased Scribblenauts last year because of the interesting "sandbox" type gameplay promised, only to find that the controls were utterly lacking for the later levels of gameplay. For those of you who don't know, this is a game where you write/type in nouns and this enormous dictionary generates an object for it.

So I purchased this one, after seeing demos and hearing about improvements (at PAX this year), I decided I would get it. I hoped it would not be a disappointment.

Not only did I play through 2 worlds in a matter of a hour's worth of time, all the control issues have gone away! They also upped the sandbox so that you're able to create specifically described objects (with adjectives). If you create a "giant yellow dog" in the first one, you'd only get the dog. But now, you actually get the giant and yellow version! So I whole-heartedly agree with this review I found:

So, what are your experiences with Scribblenauts? Any crazy/clever solutions? Sandbox experiments?

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