Summary: When I purchased this game I thought it would be fun for my two small children, however; the game is a disapointment. The child must be old enough to read and spell. My four year old is not. The game is meant for an older child/adult, but it is my fault thinking it was for any age.
Summary: Yawn, the one word that describes this game. It isn't very good. Even though you can create anything, there are only 1 or 2 correct answers for each problem. I like to use my almost 10 year old nephew's copy to blow up random things after I make them with bombs, grenades, etc. Otherwise it's kind of a waste of time if you ask me. My nephew likes it, but me? Not so much. It's better for young kids. Everything is also very easy or almost impossible to solve.
Summary: This game is fantastic for imagination development, learning (spelling, grammar, etc.) but a word of caution. The recommended age of 10 is a minimum in my opinion. You can spell up everything from a nuclear bomb to well some women with bad reputations. This is not a game for preschoolers or early elementary. I'd love to see a version for preschoolers and early elementary as well as a girl version. Despite the fun and learning, I can't recommend this game to anyone.
Summary: My daughter begged for this game for Christmas but unfortunately had beaten the game the same day she got it. I guess it is a cute enough game but not really worth the money I paid.She hasn't touched the game since so I am passing it down to her 8 yr old sister. Maybe it will take her a bit longer to finish it.
Summary: Santa ordered this item for my 5 year old. Imagine the child's frustration when we spent most of Christmas morning trying to determine why we couldn't get the DS to play it in English - instead of Portuguese. It was not the English version - and this wasn't buyer error. Mommy sent it back to Amazon for Santa and received the appropriate version - just not on Christmas morning. And, by the way, unless your child can read really well, this isn't the game for them.
Summary: If I had written this review when I first got the game, I would have given it a 5, but it is disappointingly short. I have had the original scribblenauts for several months, and have still not tired of it or completed it. With 180 levels, most of which are much more challenging to complete, I think it is a much better value. I've had the super scribblenauts for less than 3 weeks and am done already (I don't play that often.
Summary: Great creative game- a difficult for kids under age 6. But with help they can learn to type new words/spell. My 4 year old likes to spell the words with help. Wish there were some more detailed instruction for game use. But overall very good game- especially with kids from grade 2 onward.
Summary: I can see how this game would be entertaining for some people, but it was just too frustrating for me. I was on a level where it said to give a man attributes to look like the pictured dragon. Okay Red eyes, correct Big wings, correct Sharp teeth, wrong Big Horns, wrong Green scales, wrong Scales, wrong Green skin, wrong Green tail, wrong Long Tail, wrong Tail, wrong Claws, wrong Screw you, you're going back to gamefly.