Summary: I bought this game for my daughter, but I played it with her a bit. It makes use of a very sophisticated system that allows you to type in nearly any noun (read thing, not person or place) and just about any adjective (huge, gargantuan, miniscule, etc.) and it will create that object.
Summary: I would give this 0 stars if I could. My son hasn't even had a chance to use this yet and already I hate it. I thought I'd get it all set up on the computer so he'd be able to play it after school. What a joke! 2 hours later and the dang thing is still downloading stuff.
Summary: Scribblenauts was originally launched as a DS game where you would write down a word and the object would appear to help solve the problem at hand. Super Scribblenauts took it, added tons more words and over 250 new puzzles.
Summary: The Game came in great condition as expected of a *New* game. It seems that this game requires Steam to be installed so I have no idea what to use the disc for now that the code is used. . . I guess it's just a placeholder for its digital counterpart now.