Summary: My son "beat" all the levels and still pops it in the WiiU from time to time. It's like a zen place it takes him. What other game lets him make people tiny or giant (Mario and his mushroom), stink, or whatever weird fascination he has that day. His friends like to play it too. I thought it would be weird before I understood what was going on (read reviews and only saw it on the shelf).
GREAT game from a wonderful family owned developer
Amazon Customer, Amazon
27 August 2014
Summary: GREAT game from a wonderful family owned developer. (Yes, a friend of mine was the original lead designer for the first Scribblenauts game on DS, so I know a bit about the developer and could be called biased) My ten year old daughter has been a huge fan of the series for a few years now, and loves being able to play it on both the big screen and the gamepad.
Summary: If you are new to scribblenuts it is a puzzle game where you must create objects by spelling them. While it is not a educational game it sure doesn’t hurt when you kids are asking you how to spell stuff while playing a game it also makes them use adjectives to better use a object like a huge snake or something like that.
Summary: Was fun, but very disappointing. The first two Scribblenauts games were more focused around playing around and coming up with creative solutions to see what you could create. This version centers more around doing missions, however you have a bit more freedom to play. There is no longer a limit to how much can be created. Another feature that I enjoyed was the ability to make your own creations and post them online for others to download.