Scribblenauts Unmasked [Download]
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In Scribblenauts Unmasked: A DC Comics Adventure, Maxwell unites with Batman, Superman and the rest of The Justice League to restore order to the DC Comics Universe.
Challenge your imagination as you battle the mightiest villains in an exciting, action-filled adventure through GOTHAM CITY, METROPOLIS, ATLANTIS and other iconic locales from the DC Comics Universe. Bring out your inner super hero (or villain!) with the all-new Hero Creator by crafting completely original objects out of parts of existing DC Comics characters. Then assign unique properties to your creations and use them to solve puzzles, or share them online with friends – which they can use in game or further modify as they like.
- The DC Comics Universe: Summon thousands of your favorite DC Comics characters and objects - all drawn in the unique Scribblenauts art style!
- Heroic Feats: Enjoy addictive replayability with new, dynamic puzzles that continuously generate different missions every time you play it.
- The Hero Creator: Create, edit and share your own personalized super hero or villain by using parts of existing objects from the expansive DC Comics universe. How will your Wonder Joker stack up against your friend’s Bat Bain?
- Introducing the Batcomputer: Need help looking for that perfect object to summon? Reference the in-game encyclopedia that lists the names and description of every object from the DC Comics universe.
- Supported OS: Windows XP Windows Vista Windows 7 Windows 8
- Processor: AMD Atholon 64 X2 Dual-Core 4000+ or better
- RAM: 2 GB
- Hard Disk: 2 GB
- Video Card: ATI X1800 or better
- Additional Requirements: DirectX 9.0c
Steam account required for game activation and installation
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A lot of care went into adding a whole slew of creatable superheroes but I ended up feeling like that time would have been better spent putting playable content and polished playgrounds into place. In the end you're left with little replay value given strong limits on how starite tasks must be completed. Part of the joy in earlier scribblenauts games for me has been in crafting oddball solutions and here I felt too pigeonholed and directed toward a preferred solution (i.e. "No, you MUST add an adjective to this character"). This may have been forgivable if you had more mission tasks in which to stretch the experience. To boot at several points starite missions broke their scripting entirely due to my trying to deviate from preferred solutions.
I may have enjoyed this more if I was a hardcore aficionado of the comic franchises. The major thrust of their effort was clearly in allowing you to use hundreds of pages of comic rosters no matter how obscure.Read more ›
For a tip, if you see any flaw in the game, ignore it and you'll come out of it saying it was awesome!
After you have your product key:
1. Launch Steam and log into your Steam account.
2. Click "Add A Game" on the lower left side of the Steam screen.
3. Choose "Activate a Product on Steam..."
4. Follow the on-screen instructions to register the game to your Steam library.
Unfortunately, the game world is much smaller than the previous game and all the locations are based off the superhero source material which limits the variety (I don't really need three nearly identical new york city clones) and the main story is a bit too structured at times in what items it expects you to use.
The new random missions system is a double edged sword, it's nice to always have something new to do but at the same time these are just random templates and after a short time you start to see the same mission over and over with the words changed around a bit. The big weakness of these random missions is that you have to grind them to get enough reputation points to unlock the new areas. Further aggravating this issue is that the reputation is divided into three factions (batman, superman, green lantern) that are completely independent so you might have done a bunch of random missions in one city, but it only unlocks areas and costumes for that faction even though the random missions are essentially the same for all areas.
There has also been some regression from the previous game and some words no longer work properly (try applying the inflatable adjective to anything).
Overall it was still a fun game, but I hope that the next scribblenauts game returns to its roots and doesn't try to shoehorn itself into another universe.
The addition of challenges could be considered both a nuisance, as well as a great addition. Many times, the challenges cause you to have to figure out additional ways to solve a puzzle. Such as being unable to create any weapon (as in the game will not allow you to create them if you accept the challenge!), but having a character that wants you to create a weapon for them. Then there are the occasions where a challenge adds random adjectives to EVERYTHING. This meant that certain challenges were automatically completed or rendered incapable of being completed. Nothing like having "burning" be the random adjective! However, overall this did not detract from my enjoyment of this addition. Just something to be aware of going in.
The addition of unlockables was also a great addition. Combined with the new diminishing returns on repeated words, there is more incentive to be imaginitive and innovative with the word choice. How many different ways can you make something bigger? The value of your points allows you to not only unlock the next level, it also allows you to explore the origin stories of the Justice League. You also get to unlock costumes that come complete with special abilities! Unlock a Batman costume, it comes with higher melee damage and batarangs. Unlock a Green Lantern costume, get the ability to fly and use ring construct melee weapons.
This game build upon the great experience that was the first game, while clearly bring more to the table! This doesn't even mention the awesome creations that are available through Steam Workshop!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this game for my child since he greatly enjoys the Scribblenauts series. He also likes the DC Universe so I thought this was the perfect game. We bought for around $4. Read morePublished 22 days ago by zhengjie Zhou
Game wasn't nearly as fun as I had hoped. I maybe put 10 hours into it before I quite. So I don't think I can accurately review it.Published 5 months ago by Joel M. Chiara
Don't waste your money - it is rip off and will make you mad to installPublished 6 months ago by Robert Dixon Mitchell
neve cant' use this code in the website, even cant connect with their server, it is a very BIG SHAME, that Warner Bros. cant resolve this matterPublished 7 months ago by EMEDIA US GROUP LLC
Bought for my son, he loves it. Only gave 3 stars because of the difficulty in downloading the game from another site, pain in the neck. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Michael
Great for building spelling skills, interactive and creative. My 6 year old loves it.Published 10 months ago by S. Downham