Summary: We’re looking at the best Scribblenauts so far, but 5th Cell has done nothing to solve the issues that plagued the other games, in particular the lack of direction where missions are concerned.
Excerpt: The idea of Scribblenauts is ingenious – think of any object, type in its name, and it appears in the game world – but so far the execution has been lacking. With Scribblenauts Unlimited, I’ve finally come to the realisation that it may not be possible to make a brilliant game from such an ambitious...
Excerpt: The Scribblenauts series has been a huge hit on the DS, and is finally making its debut on consoles. Thanks to the Wii U’s second screen, it’s a fairly seamless transition and the increased in-game vocabulary results in the best entry in the series yet.
Excerpt: I clearly have the maturity of a 10-year-old boy, because I find myself giggling quite a lot when I play Scribblenauts Unlimited . That’s not to suggest that the game’s premise or scenarios are inherently funny (though certainly there are quite a few moments of intentional humor).