5th Cell the developers of the Scribblenauts franchise has announced the release date for its new Scribblenauts game, Scribblenauts Unmasked: A DC Comics Adventure will be coming later this year.
5th Cell and Warner Bros announced a new game in the Scribblenauts franchise. The Scribblenauts games allow players to make items from mixing words and adjectives so you can create anything from a flying zombie Jesus to a giant friendly dinosaur. All of which are used to solve puzzles. In Scribblenauts Unmasked: A DC Comics Adventure more than 2,000 characters and objects from the DC Universe can be used and manipulated.
Warner Brothers have announced that Scribblenauts Unlimited for the Wii U will feature “dozens” of Nintendo characters and objects such as Mario, Luigi, Yoshi, and Link.
5th Cell the developer of Scribblenauts, Super Scribblenauts and Scribblenauts Remix have decided to make another Scribblenauts game. The new game is called Scribblenauts Unlimited and is meant looking to best one in the series so far.
I am a big fan of the Scribblenauts series as it allows players to create crazy object and situations. It also allows multiply ways of solving a puzzle and is fun for kids and adults. It just a lot of fun, it shows what games can do.
I hope everyone has a happy and enjoyable Easter whatever you believe in. I messed around in Super Scribblenauts to come up with something Easter related. As you can see God doesn’t seem to approve of Easter turning into a celebration of eggs. He uses a genetically modified winged rabbit to facilitate he’s diabolical plan to steal Easter eggs from children. I’m an atheist so whatever God.
There are various merits in the game you can obtain by doing certain tasks or completing certain goals. Anyone familiar with game achievements will know what kind of things to expect. Each time you complete a merit you get ollars (currency) which you can use to buy avatars.
I have been playing Super Scribblenauts a lot lately and its a lot of fun. I will probably write more Scribblenauts stuff in the future and maybe do a review. In the meantime these are the adjectives I have found so far. I will add more when I find them or you can yet me know if you discover more.