Scribblenauts is an emergent puzzle action videogame developed by 5th Cell for the Nintendo DS. The game was released in September in North America. The objective of Scribblenauts, as implied by its catchphrase "Write Anything, Solve Everything,” is to complete puzzles to collect "Starites,” helped by the
player's ability to summon any object (from a database of tens of thousands) by writing its name on the touchscreen.
Scribblenauts features a unique interactive experience where objects you write down in the game are only limited by your imagination. The game can be different every time you play it, giving you almost unlimited replay value. Touchscreen controls make Scribblenauts easy to pick up and play for people of all ages. Use your Nintendo DS Wi-Fi Connection to share levels you create with the level editor, share your genius.
Scribblenauts is definitely an achievement. It’s a fun game that is very open. Whatever you can think of is in the game, except for crude or copyrighted material. You then use the objects you make to solve the game's 200+ puzzles. The game is very fun to play and a great game for both casual and extreme
players. It currently ranks 3rd in the Nintendo DS game charts on Amazon.
Great Gift For Those who enjoy solving puzzles. Scribblenauts is one of the best puzzle games for the Nintendo DS.
Price and Where to Buy Scribblenauts is selling for $27.99 at Amazon.com.
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