Scibblenauts Goes Super For DS Sequel

Posted: May 17 2010, 5:45pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:08pm CDT, in News | Gaming

 
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To no one's surprise, Warner Bros is working on a sequel to one of its best-selling DS titles, Scribblenauts. Super Scribblenauts will be available this fall.
Scribblenauts, one of I4U's 2009 Holiday Gift Suggestions, opens up gamers' imaginations like few games can. Need to cross a river? How about attaching a hot air balloon to a dragon? Or maybe jump off a trampoline that's being carried by a flock of birds. The possibilities are endless as users' own thoughts are literally brought to life.

Users write the word "rocket" and a rocket appears on the screen. Write "zombie" and...voila. Tens of thousands of items were programmed in the game as Warner Bros literally just went through the dictionary and started creating items in the game.

The new addition to Super Scribblenauts? Adjectives. So don't just write "frog" - write "fat frog" or "skinny frog" and you'll get different items. The amount of expansion this will create is mind-blowing.

"Multiple adjetives(sic) can be combined together to produce incredibly creative objects, such as gentlemanly, flaming, flying zombies and purple, obese, winged elephants, allowing the player's imagination to run wild for an even more inspired and individual experience than ever before," wrote Warner Bros in its product announcement.

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