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Scribblenauts Unlimited
8.7 out of 10

Scribblenauts Unlimited

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Overall 7
7.1

Expert Review

Nintendojo
22 March 2013
  • Conclusion: Overall, Scribblenauts Unlimited improves upon its predecessors in many ways, yet it still lacks what it takes to make a truly great game out of its awesome idea. Writing whatever you want and seeing it come to life, without offering a creative challenge, eventually becomes, believe it or not, repetitive.
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Overall 9
8.5

Scribblenauts Unlimited

Nintendo World Report
29 January 2013
  • Summary: Naut to be missed.
  • Pros: Game's art style looks better than ever, Open world streamlines progression, Removal of barriers benefits experimentation
  • Cons: Makes minimal use of top screen, with gameplay entirely on bottom
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Overall 9
8.6

Scribblenauts Unlimited

Family Friendly Gaming
20 January 2013
  • Excerpt: Scribblenauts Unlimited looks fantastic in 3D in story mode. I am shocked at how many different levels there are on the top screen. The main portion of the game does not include 3D so it is a non-issue. It would have been too much and not needed during normal game play.
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Overall 9
8.5

Scribblenauts Unlimited

Auracore MediaWorks
11 December 2012
  • Summary: Draw something. Or, more accurately, draw many somethings.
  • Pros: Huge game world does a good job of making Scribblenauts Unlimited more than just a bunch of discrete puzzles.
  • Cons: Basically the same as every other Scribblenauts game.
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Overall 9
8.5

Scribblenauts Unlimited

Auracore MediaWorks
11 December 2012
  • Summary: Draw something. Or, more accurately, draw many somethings.
  • Pros: Huge game world does a good job of making Scribblenauts Unlimited more than just a bunch of discrete puzzles.
  • Cons: Basically the same as every other Scribblenauts game.
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Overall 9
8.8

Scribblenauts Unlimited

GameTrailers
4 December 2012
  • Excerpt: The creative hilarity of typing in words and watching them burst to life in crazy, often unpredictable ways delivers potent fun in the Scribblenauts series, making its console debut as part of the Wii U launch line-up. The charming, kid-friendly world of Maxwell and his magic notebook come to life once more in the pintsize wordsmith's most expansive outing yet.
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Overall 6
6.0

Scribblenauts Unlimited 3DS review

GamesRadar
29 November 2012
  • Excerpt: Since 2009, 5th Cell's been tinkering with its Scribblenauts franchise, expanding the game's already-massive lexicon and introducing new ways to use that lexicon to solve puzzles. Now, Scribblenauts Unlimited has risen as the third attempt at expertly orchestrating an adventure that allows players' attempts at out-of-the-box puzzle-solving, but it simply isn't able to suitably expand on the content the previous two games delivered.
  • Pros: Draw what's on your mind, see it come alive, Playing in character editor and sandbox mode, Charming, silly characters
  • Cons: Simple puzzles that are easily resolved, Being encouraged to think inside the box, A woefully short story mode
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Overall 6
6.0

Scribblenauts Unlimited PC Review

DarkZero
6 March 2013
  • Excerpt: After playing the first Scribblenauts way back in ’09, I could tell instantly how far the franchise has come when starting Scribblenauts Unlimited . The first thing I noticed was just how great the game looked. It’s sharp, colourful and has a wonderful personality that defines the franchise’s goofy style. It also has a charming story that is, although fairly senseless, beautifully told through some nice animation and a great voiceover.
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Honed creativity

Pocket Gamer
3 December 2012
  • Conclusion: Scribblenauts Unlimited hones the original open creativity concept, and comes away with a fine-tuned must-have experience
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Overall 8
8.0

Test zu Scribblenauts Unlimited

IGN
4 October 2014
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