... 8 year old son and 10 year old daughter love this game
4 weeks ago
Summary: My 8 year old son and 10 year old daughter love this game. It is their new 'go to' when they have free time. I like that they have to spell words to play. The other day I was asked, "Mom, what do doctors need for surgery?" "Um, a scalpel." WOW.
... shrink wrap but other than that it has been good, word rich-fun for my son
Monk Sage, Amazon
30 January 2015
Summary: Item came without its shrink wrap but other than that it has been good, word rich-fun for my son. Younger children will not understand how to correct some issues, such as when you are touched by a zombie and in turn "zombify" anything you touch.
Summary: Super fun game for kids and adults. easy to play, lot's of clean fun. I can play for hours(I'm 28), and my little sister (who's 11) loves it, too. Just make sure you don't create zombies. Seriously. They will mess everything up and you'll loose the game. Everyone will be a zombie.
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.
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...
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...