Summary: Teach yourself or a kid sibling how to type good and imagination good. No but seriously, to get the most mileage out of this title, you need a certain creative stroke (one that isn't always accounted for by the game's understandably limited mechanics). There's always Steam Workshop, I guess.
Summary: "We could be gods" she said as she looked at me through strands of deep red hair. I joined her on the couch and we stared momentarily in silence at the checkout screen. Scribblenauts Unlimited. I remember when the first Scribblenauts came out. It easily stole the show of E3 that year.
Summary: “Type the word sword. Now type the word crow. Now type the word dog.” I preferred the original DS version, its puzzles weren’t so leading. This game is literally just screens full of people who want you to give them fairly specific items.
Summary: I played the first two games on the DS and I was totally hooked. Not only did the possibilities seem limitless, it was still difficult at times despite having anything I could think to write down.
Summary: I too have purchased Scribblenauts Unlimited, and I have also not been able to play.My system is more than able to run this game yet it still won't launch. I have read the forum on Steam and tried several of the suggestions from other users, to no avail.