Summary: Super Scribblenauts expands the innovative elements from the first title, offers upgraded controls and provides gamers with hours of original entertainment with ingenious, fun-filled new features.
Excerpt: Look for the boy in a funny hat. I played the first Scribblenauts about a year ago, a day before I headed back home from visiting family in Minnesota. And admittedly, after playing a few levels, I was intrigued; for you see, I was told I could create anything my mind could think of.
Pros: Better camera, Better controls, Bigger dictionary, Cleaner graphics, New create-a-stage mode, Action stages too frustrating, A little light on content
Excerpt: hit store shelves last year, it dazzled audiences by allowing any object to be conjured up to complete levels, only limited by the player�s imagination. While still a simple platformer, it was easily one of the most impressive Nintendo DS titles in 2009.
Excerpt: The “super” in Super Scribblenauts serves two purposes: It subliminally reminds players of the Super Nintendo era’s higher bar for sequels to previously established series (hey, it worked for Super Solitaire ) and it hammers home the game’s for-real biggest addition: adjectives.
Conclusion: In a nutshell, Super Scribblenauts is a fantastic game. It approaches puzzle solving in a very open-ended manner that increases the game’s replay value dramatically and the overall novelty from the first title continues to entertain in this sequel with the new adjectives system.
Pros: Create absolutely anything, Open approach to puzzle solving, Irate polka dot armadillos
Cons: Some sameyness in game puzzles, Vulgarity filter, Nintendo's star fetish