OHHHHH MY GOD!!!
I saw this in the new Game Informer and HAD to go to gamestop to see if gamestop had ANYTHING else on it- Apparently, on the Wii-U version, there was NO LIMIT to the number of items you could place! On top of that, there are new customazation options, even stuff like what happenes when an object gets wet! In the demo, attaching wheels to a toaster made it to where it was like a toaster car! Also, it has story- not sure what that is, but how Maxwell got his note book is mentioned. And there is a new protagonist along with him- a sister named (so far as i know) Lily. And there will be drop-in-drop-out- co-op. So yeah. I read that, flipped out, and MUST KNOW MORE.
This game brings out your creativity.
I'd like to start off by saying that this game isn't all that easy. Certain objectives require you to do things some people could never think of. I'm anxious to play it on the WiiU. I'm kind of sad that this one didn't have the "Object Editor", which makes the game a whole lot better. Just so you know, the music is a slight bit annoying.
As a standalone title, it's superb. As a sequel, it's lackluster. There's nothing new. It's basically the same game as Super Scribblenauts. It's still fun to play around with the sheer amount of objects that can be thought up but I expected a little more than a bunch of easily solvable puzzles. I beat half the game in about 2 hours using, at most, 20 different words. And why even bother releasing it on the 3DS if the only part of the game that is in 3D is a short expository cutscene at the beginning that doesn't even add that much to the game? Don't get me wrong, I still love the game, I just feel like it didn't add anything to the series and concept.
Not a review, a thought
I don't have this game, but I saw someone play it on the PC and it looked really cool, I liked the fact you could Write your own thing and it would come to life, because on most games, you think: it would be easier if I had this tool. And on this game you can do anything and more. I hope its the same deal with the 3DS, I thought drawn to life was good, but not quite right, I know I'm silly to think it would mean create your own object,it picks the object for you and you animate/draw it. So I hope scribblenauts is different. Just my thought/hope. Although if not, I think it's a really good game overall, and I hope I can get it.
Super exsited about this game so heres what we know First we know theres a new feature were we can create and edit creatures buildings ect And there will be a change in levels of the story mode making were we can either solve the problem or do whatever we want. Also the levels will be able to explore in by just walking, driving or flying to them. And Maxwell's story will be revealed through a certain complete of levels. Graphics and some characters will be changed and more realistic in a cartoon way. And last that I know of is you can add adjectives to the person place or thing (ridable, flying, fire breathing ect)
A same, but new kind of game.
If you have played any other scribblenauts games,then you have played them all. Until now! In scribblenauts unlimited, there is a story that progresses as you progress through the game. Though, it is pretty much the same thing, over, and over, and over again. All you need to do is complete a challenge, get a starite, complete a challenge, get a starite. There are shards of starites that you can collect to get a single starite and you do have to collect A LOT of them. (Spoiler about the story: Next paragraph.) The story in S.N.U is that your parents give you and your sister a magic notebook that can make whatever you write, come to life. You and your sister get carried away with their new power, and starts to do bad things. Then, they messed with a wizard...he got angry and turned your sister into stone. So you have to collect starites (Which make your sister turn...un...stoned.) before it is too late and your sister is all stone. (Spoiler end) The story is a little cheesy but that doesn't really have an effect on the final score. If you have heard that you can use mario characters and zelda characters, and you can create new objects... then you have heard correctly! But the thing is...they are NOT in the 3ds version! That is the thing that i was very disappointed with. But if you really want those, then i would suggest going for the PC version...it is $30 and it has both of those things. So overall...it is not the best game for the 3ds, but it is still a very good one. With whatever you want to create, the story,(Finally) and most everything about this game, Scribblenauts Unlimited deserves a 8.7 out of 10.
the game is good. it has a story, semi open world, but the game is just a cheap port. i have bought 3 copies and played them on different 3ds's and the game glitches every so often. most of the time it works and you can ignore the glitches , but i think they could have worked a little hareder
overall this game is AWESOME! the one thing it lacks is to make your own vehicles. that would be awesome! in super scriblenauts, you could glue and restrain things to other things but you couldn't make it go without you sitting in a pre-made vehicle. so that's the only thing i'd like to see
Once I found oiut about this game I thought it was only for Wii U. I was bummed for like I week, then I was derping around on gamestop AND FOUND IT ON HE 3DS!I 'm so happy it's gonna be for 3ds I've played the other two games and I loved them I hope this one won't let me down.
Gonna Be Epic. Cant Wait!!! :)
Super Scribblenauts was awesome. Now Scribblenauts is going to a whole new level... UNLIMITED. Now you can add objects to your creations and you can learn the story behind Maxwells notebook. This game is gonna be worth buying.