Summary: This game will make you think, learn to expand vocabulary, spell, and it's just plain fun at how many insane creations you can come up with. An alien with a sword riding a chariot? A T-Rex vs. a Dragon vs a Cthulu? It's there alright. Your imagination is the true stylus in this game. Solve the puzzles whatever way you feel like. Place a crystal on a switch to hold it open, use a barracuda to get rid of a bee, etc. It's just plain fun.
Summary: In Scribblenauts (DS), the game is a lot of fun, but the controls and stuff don't do as well as Super Scribblenauts. Their are 10 main courses with 22 levels included with them. You can use anything you can think of that can help you get past the level. Sometiems what I type in doesn't get accepted, and I get stuck. The more items you use per level, the lower your score for the level will be.
Summary: Got this game free with the DS Lite Bundle Pack. My 8 year old loves this game! He picked it after he had played it on a friends DS. My spouse also thinks this game is great for learning as well as being fun.
Summary: this game is very fun and creative you can ride dragons whails pandas i whold definently recomend this game you can do allmost anything ther is ten chapters in each ther is 11 puzzle and 11 other tipes if you are geting this game some usefull items are wings blob helicopter rope and invisibility cloak
Summary: My experience with scribble nauts was both amusing and frustrating. When i played Scibblenauts i found my self making the game last for weeks by trying to beat the levels in the hardest way that i could. Every move i made was strategic, I made the game so impossibly hard when, in the end, i found that the way to beat every level was by magically spawning a RPG and a rechargable jetpack. When i finished with the stories so called campaign, I tried the level editor.