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Scribblenauts Unlimited

Platform : Nintendo Wii U
4.5 out of 5 stars 168 customer reviews
Metascore: 73 / 100

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  • Object Creator - Create original objects, assign unique properties, and share them with other players. Use them in game or modify them as you like!
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Product Description

Platform: Nintendo Wii U

Product Description

Scribblenauts Unlimited


Scribblenauts Unlimited is a side-scrolling Puzzle game with a substantial Action component, in which players use a magical in-game notepad to create objects that are used to complete tasks and challenges that are placed before them. Once created, objects are stored in the game's object library, and can be resummoned using their given name, and even altered for use later. Additional features include: the return of the series hero, Maxwell, now with a deeper storyline; 4-player game support; hint functionality; crisp HD graphics; and an open world game design featuring themed areas.

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Lilly and Maxwell from Scribblenauts Unlimited
Explore the open world gameplay of Scribblenauts Unlimited using the new Wii U console.
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An All-new Unbound Scribblenauts World Comes to Wii U

Scribblenauts, the best-selling, award-winning puzzle game franchise that challenged players to imagine anything and bring it to life, is back with Scribblenauts Unlimited for the Wii U, featuring more expansive gameplay and setting no limits on how the player uses his or her imagination within the game.

Created and developed by 5TH Cell, Scribblenauts Unlimited features a huge side-scrolling open world with new, high-definition hand-drawn scenery and objects where players can help the game's hero, Maxwell, solve robust puzzles and challenges by summoning any object they can imagine. Players now have the ability to create their own original objects, assign unique properties, and share them with other players online - to be used in game or further modified as they like. And for the first time, learn the backstory about Maxwell's parents, his twin sister Lily, and how he got his magical notepad. This is a North America version.

Key Game Features

  • All-New Unbound World - Explore an open universe consisting of 41 levels with 50+ starites and 500+ starite shards accounting for 20+ hours of gameplay, and unlimited hours using every level as a playground
  • Object Creator - Create original objects, assign unique properties, and share them with other players
  • Object Library - Store previously summoned objects and your own creations in Maxwell's "magic backpack" for easy access and future use
  • Multiplayer Mode - Play with a friend - drop in using a Wii remote and take control of any object in game
  • Merit Board - Each world comes with a comprehensive list of hints, including the new "Starite Vision" helper highlighting all nearby starites and starite shards
  • Open World and Themed Gameworld - Enjoy play in an open world environment, in which areas are themed
  • HD Graphics - The game features beautiful high-definition hand-drawn scenery and objects

Additional Screenshots

Altering a created object in Scribblenauts Unlimited
Create and customize objects.
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Maxwell going to war in Scribblenauts Unlimited
Use objects over and over.
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A posted in-game goal in Scribblenauts Unlimited
In-game challenges and goals.
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Maxwell on a camel in a desert environment in Scribblenauts Unlimited
A new deeper world and story.
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Product Details

Platform: Nintendo Wii U
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B002I0H0K8
  • Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 0.7 x 7.5 inches ; 3.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 13, 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (168 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,220 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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By Chel Micheline TOP 500 REVIEWER on December 14, 2012
Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii U
I've never heard of Scribblenauts before we got the WiiU so we're completely new to the franchise.

It's basically a kid's game that appeals to pretty much anyone interested in creative thinking and gameplay. You pilot a little character around a variety of environments, and he's asked to help in a variety of situations. The way your character "helps" is by creating objects, bringing them to "life" in the game, and then using them properly. For instance- there's a clown in the hospital, and your job is to make him laugh. So you must create an object (by typing a word using the gamepad) and then your character must figure out how to use it in a way to get that clown to laugh. When and if he does, you earn little stars.

It's a VERY clever game, beautifully rendered and VERY thought provoking. My daughter, who is seven, is obsessed with is. She can't get enough of all the possibilities the game offers. The only problem is the game is super word-intensive. Lots of reading and typing and spelling. It's fine for school age kids, but there are some bigger words in there that might stump younger kids.

So definitely buy this game for your child (or yourself! I could totally see turning on the Wii in the middle of the day and exploring Scribbelnauts on my own!) but be prepared to play along. My husband, my daughter, and I spent several hours tonight playing- it was actually a nice family thing.

I think this is really a great game- very innovative. It makes good use of the touchpad, and it is fun for everyone in the room, including those NOT navigating the game or actively involved with the Wii U. It sort of draws you in, and you find yourself (and the rest of your family) shouting out suggestions for words to try and ways to change the game.
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Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii U
I started playing Scribblenauts on the DS and fell in love with the charming character Maxwell and his quest to collect starites. The game was fairly basic then, but developers have been steadily improving the gameplay and adding more content with each new release. Scribblenauts Unlimited was one of the main reasons I wanted to get a Wii U, and I am not disappointed! The game plays much like the others. You have an objective and you need to create an object using the magic notebook in order to solve the puzzle. Now there are more adjectives and words than ever, including Nintendo characters! You can also tap on a person or object and add an adjective to modify it. This can even be used to solve puzzles. Instead of a linear style, this game features more of an open world style. You get to pick whichever place you want to go (more areas open up with the collection of starites). When you enter an area, you often have to traverse many different levels of that area and explore different mini games. Once you have all the possible starites, you clear the area. At first I was thrown because this game isn't linear or based level-to-level, but I find myself really enjoying the new setup.

But what really makes this game is the magic notebook. There are so many different words available to use! I cannot get over how many objects can be generated in this game. To use the notebook, you click on it and then type in a word onto the gamepad using the stylus. I try to think of ridiculous and unique ways to solve the puzzles, which always results in a laugh. For example, I had to create something sticky to put the T-Rex dinosaur bones back together. I could've said tape or glue, but I said honey, and it worked! This makes the game much more interesting.
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Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii U
This is the first time I have seen or experienced this game and I was actually quite surprised. I "play" with my son and really enjoy the difference it has to offer and he's really enjoying it too. For those that don't know, you solve problems or fix things and it requires using your imagination. It is a slow paced game where for instance you see a girl that looks sad, you see a cat in a tree, you figure she probably lost her kitty and wants it back. Then you have to type in key words to get to the top of the tree, pick up the cat and take it back to her. A speech bubble and other occasional text will give you hints as to if you are doing the right things along the way. It gives you a star to let you know you've completed a level and your off to the next puzzle. You can create anything along the way and put them in your backpack to you later on if you wish. For instance; my son types "ship" as he is typing there are lists of similar words that pop up that you can select which is great if spelling isn't your strong suit or you're learning to read like my son. So they have to be able to read the hints, spell a little or have help along the way which is where the big screen TV view comes in handy, for me to assist. Up to 2 players can play this game. I haven't played as another character yet, but I have enjoyed helping him solve the puzzles together. It's a very nice change of pace compared to the fast moving, loud shoot 'em up sort of games. There aren't many opportunities to make a pig fly in the real world. :)
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