Summary: Scribbling its name into DS puzzle history is Scribblenauts , a game that essentially puts you in the shoes of god and has you completing hundreds of tasks. It’s the kind of game that will have you enticed by its adorable charm and innovative gameplay offering nothing but an immersive and well...
Conclusion: Concept: Pull items out of thin air, and use them to solve over 220 mind-bending riddle and puzzle scenarios
Graphics: As colorful as a children’s book, with each object distinctively detailed. As beautiful as it is, animation is not this game’s strong suit.
Conclusion: Finally, I originally expected to be less-than-thrilled with the presentation, as it's no secret that the visuals are childish. Yet it didn't take long to realize that their juvenile nature actually fits the Scribblenauts atmosphere and theme quite well.
Excerpt: Scribblenauts is an example of what can be achieved when you put aside HD, Hollywood effects and cinematic cut scenes to concentrate on innovative gameplay instead. An instant classic, and new contender for Game of the Year.
Pros: The limitless scope. Over 15,000 objects to interact with. Great sound effects. An amazing platform to learn from as well as explore.
Cons: Stylus might be a bit tricky for younger users.