Conclusion: The controls are far from ideal and the graphics are far from cutting-edge, but Scribblenauts is some of the most fun I’ve had on the DS since Tetris and Mario Kart. It’s not for everyone and some people may not like the slower pace of the game, but I just love the truly experimental nature of...
Excerpt: Scribblenauts is a puzzle game where you type in the items you need. Say there is a cat stuck in a tree. Well type ladder, or trampoline to get to the cat, and free it. Then take it to your owner. The beauty is there are multiple ways to solve most of the puzzles.
Excerpt: As a handheld title, 5TH Cell’s Scribblenauts is an amazing achievement. There’s so much going on in this ambitious game that you wonder as to just how they managed to accomplish it. So, what is scribblenauts?
Summary: The freedom offered to you in Scribblenauts is both intoxicating and overwhelming. Never before has a game given you this much control over solving the 200+ puzzles. Unfortunately it's a nasty control scheme that ultimately brings it back down to Earth.
Summary: If you care about the art of game design, you have to root for a game like Scribblenauts. At its best, it blows traditional puzzle solving wide open, giving you a seemingly endless number of items, all instantly available as soon as you type the word into your DS.