Summary: Creative. Fun. Free. Those are the words i would use to describe this fantastic game. When i first received this as a Christmas gift, i wasn't sure how it was going to turn out, as i hadn't played it before. I put it in my ds, and begun. It was amazing!
Summary: We bought this for a 9 year old boy. When it came, it was a Spanish version. Fine, except nobody in our house has a good enough grasp on Spanish to use the game in Spanish mode. I didn't find anything on the internet that solved the problem although the problem was reported by several users.
Summary: I am 8 years old. In this game, you can write anything you want, and it appears! (people who own this product-type in "God" and "devil" and the same time, and also put "atomic bomb" and "meteor" and "tsunami") 9.6 out of 10~amazing!
Summary: (Pros/Cons at the end) I never played the first Scribblenauts. I recall the buzz it made at E3 2009 with its write-anything, create-anything gameplay, but I just never got around to buying it.
Summary: Hi, I'm 11. I think this game is really fun and entertaining. But the reason it's 4 stars is because some levels are just too hard for me, especially the S1 and S2 worlds. I had to check online a LOT to figure out some stuff.
Summary: I tried this game at my friend's house and I instantly fell in love with it. As a result, I decided to buy this copy for my sister! Sandbox games are where it's at these days: you have the freedom to do almost whatever you want and that idea is absolutely fun and exhilarating!
Summary: Have you ever played a game and thought to yourself, "Why can't I get up there? I'm a powerful warrior and I'm stuck because I can't get up a small ledge? Any normal person would be able to figure out a way to get up there if it's stopping me from saving the world?