Creativity in this game, has no limits
Whatever your mind can think up you can pretty much make in this game. Just type or draw the word of the item on your drawing pad and it will appear. For example just type in dragon and you will have a fire breathing dragon that you can ride on! ALso you can change or alter your objects by using adjectives with the words. For example, you can type in huge blue dragon. And you will have a huge blue dragon. Or you could type/write angry panda bear, and you will have an angry Panda. The main idea of this game is to use items that you can think up to help you solve puzzles or to help Maxwell, (the main character), get through the level. You can even create your own playable levels with level creator. This game has nearly endless possibilities and is definitely for the creative mind.
Giant blue spotted winged monkeys!
I think that the idea of this game is amazing. I hope they make a game like this that's rope-playing of simulation. That would be so awesome. Back to this game, you can make basically anything, even if you put over 15 adjectives, it still works. Overall, I defiantly recommend it over some other games (the Sims 3).
GIANT WINGED CHECKERED PURPLE FRIENDLY SHAMBLER
This game is amazing! It's the best game I've ever had! This time there's adjectives to add to the names of the objects! The graphics are amazing, same with sound, gameplay, and totally worth the money. The people who created this thought of everything. Colored objects, weird creatures, and even creepy potions! There is so much more than the first Scribblenauts. They have more objects, more of the player choices, more levels (that turn into constellations), and it's more specific on how to make levels. Plus, in Super Scribblenauts, it has bonus levels! I recommend it to everyone, boys, girls, and creepy hobos!
This is going to be AWESOME.
I've played the first scribblenauts, and I gotta say, It's awesome. But now a second one, with adjectives?! HECK to the YES! It looks so cool. When your bored, pick up your ds and play it.
Get, play it; Trade it in!
It's a very cool game good for smart gamers, it's very challenging and you get to make levels and create almost anything; When I bought it I couldn't stop playing it's awesome, until you pass it. After you get trough all the levels and make almost everything you get boured of it it's a great game while it lasts. aftewards trade it in.here are some tips: titanium is indistructable, to fly through tight spaces use microscopic ( or molecular) jet, to make things very small use microscopic as an adjective ( or molecular), pumice is nearly indestructable, tipe in chi (you can ride it, tie a cable from a lightbuld to a power source ( solar panel ,battery, etc...)you can also glue a titanium tube with a titanium glue to the floor and put a lightning storm over it and every time lightning strikes on the tube a lightbulb lights up.
I must say I played the first Scribblenauts and it was good, but it had no depth nor a good game creator! But now, that they added the ability to add adjectives to the words giving the game more depth and greatness! Also being able to make levels by by editing or making an original level from scratch! And giving items or charaters health so you know when how close the item is to being destroyed or killed, also getting rid of action stages(Which I found annoying) and replacing them with adjective stages where you only have to use adjectives to get the starite(Unless you're sneaky enough) , And using the control pad to move is way more soothing and awsome! Let's hope Warner Bros. Did a good job because it looks like they did. I also reccomend the first scribblenauts.
Write anything, solve little.
You'd think a game like Super Scribblenauts would have more challenging puzzles than "Combine a _______ with a _______ using adjectives.", but no, that's the best. It still amazes most that you can now equip "dragon wings", instead of the same old angelic "wings", and alter their color and size. The game has, what some say, down-graded from the great puzzle game the original Scribblenauts was. Although it was a disappointment through its puzzle variety (discluding 8-5), the level editor makes an awesome return (such as when Luke Skywalker returned from Yoda's Jedi training on Dagobah), to make up for lost enjoyment. I give it a 9/10, because it made up for the degraded puzzles with the Level Editor, and the legendary "Playground" made its return. A great game, no doubt about it.
If you had told me a year and a half ago that I would be excited about grammar, I would have laughed in your face and called the asylum! But Super Scribblenauts adds adjectives and it is cool! Cant wait for the release. The headphones look sweet too. Hope i dont get the purple headphones.
I think that Super Scribblenauts is an excellent game you can type in just about anything such as a golden giant fire-breathing death worm. The graphics are O.K. but not great. During the story mode there are mind challenging puzzles you have to figure out using only real life items. I would recommend this game to anybody who loves a good challenge!
Way better than the first game
When I purchased the first game, I have to admit I was a bit disappointed. All of the levels could be solved with the same process, the game play got old fast, and even the shining point of the game, which was messing around on the main screen, lost it's pizazz after an hour or two of play. As such, I was nervous when the second one was announced.
Now that I own the game, I realize how wrong I was to doubt it. The inclusion of adjectives adds hours of fun in the main screen (Bored? Spawn a few angry sentient toasters and fight them off on the back of your gigantic flamboyant gorilla!) and really helps breath life into a formula that lost it's luster in the first installment. The new ability to control Maxwell with the d-pad takes a little while to get used to, but in the end feels much better than using the clunky stylus (but for those of you who enjoyed using the stylus, that choice is still available!)
The amount of levels in the game has been split in half.The first game contained around 200+ levels, whereas this one only contains about 120. However, unlike in the first game, 5th Cell made sure that you can't pass through every level using the same old tricks as in the first Scribblenauts game, proving that quality does indeed beat quantity.
All in all, I'd definitely recommend this to anyone looking for a fun time-waster. With the addition of adjectives and more complex puzzles, Super Scribblenauts has definitely earned it's place in my DS's cartridge slot.