Its gonna be awesome
I can't wait for it to come out.first scribblenaughts was about writing anything and it coming to life,super scribblenaughts let you put in adjectives,and now you can create anything and share it online.I am 100% getting this game and I recommend it to everyone.
Good game but gets repetitive
I like the fact that you can create almost anything you can think of, but in my opinion, i feel like it gets repetitive. I feel like most of the time i am just typing, which is a bummer i guess. But if you're looking for a casual game then this is one to get.
Scribblenauts is back, and finally on a home console. Unlimited is basically a lot like Super Scribblenauts, with some new tweaks and additions. The gameplay is fun and your words unlimited (pun unintended), on your quest to get the Starites. The Wii U Gamepad adds fun touch-screen mechanics to robust puzzle controls that I personally enjoy. All words and adjectives from the previous games are hear, with the ability to summon Nintendo characters, items, and power-ups from Mario and Zelda games (really cool) exculsively on the Wii U. The graphics are great and the sound is too. The new object editor add a huge layer of depth to the game and makes it stand out from it's older siblings. It also has story, a first in the series, where it tells you who Maxwell is, about his freakin humongous family, how he got his magic notebook, and why he hunts those Starites! Scribblenauts Unlimited is the best game out of the series, and it is definetly one of the best Wii U game out there
Don't let the cover fool you!
As my title says don't let it fool you! This is an amazingly fun and simple game. Theres no other game like it! It is easy to sit down and play for hours at a time, or just for 30 minutes. It reminds you of the way games use to be, a puzzle game that requires some thinking...and if you think out side of the box and use some imagination its all the more fun. Just about anything you can think of can be created in this world to solve the puzzles...or just the cause havoc after you have completed a map. I found myself spawning Bowser and an undead army plenty of times after completing a map, also to spawn mario and the other nintendo heroes to try to save the day. Tired of walking everywhere? Give yourself wings. Tired of the same look? You unlock PLENTY of different characters to use as well as you can spawn any clothing or addons you would like. (I was fond of walking around with a guy fawkes mask and a trench coat.) So do yourself a favor, if you are an adult that has a wii u, dont shy away from this games it is allot of fun.
A Hair Short of Perfect
This game is beautiful. Basically anything you imagine can be written out and brought to life (With the restriction of obscenities and copyright). You use this ability to help solve basic problems of anyone who needs help. It is a fun concept but is, as one might expect, very easy. Besides that there are only a few other sub-par aspects of this game. It is annoying that the game pad literally shows the same thing that the television shows, so even though the HD is absolutely gorgeous, you wouldn't know because you are starting at the not as beautiful game pad.The other little issue is the length. It is very short. You can play through this whole game in a day if you really wanted too. The category of lasting appeal is effected by the length. To combat the length, and how it injures the lasting appeal, there is Punctuation Plaza, which is basically the best part of this game. You can create objects and put them up for download as well as download other's creations. It slightly reminds me of Little Big Planet. This is SO much fun and it will occupy you for sure. This game is one of my favorite titles on the WiiU to date. This is worth the pick up.
Don't be fooled by the cover
or the name of the game; this is not the kid's game you think it to be. Rather, it is a complex and nuanced puzzle game, where instead of manipulating physics and matter you simply create the solution. How? By using words! Such a simple approach that is so very satisfying. The game is about as open world as it can be, with puzzles spread across 35+ locations, and the rewards being starites and shards (pieces of starites). The plot is pretty loosely-strung together, but the essence of the game isn't a rote storyline but your own creative limits. Clues can be hard to come by in some puzzles and thus really require a creative approach, i.e. offbeat and unusual creations - including your own that you assemble and then deploy - can rescue you or doom you. There isn't really any way to lose short of not finishing, but that is actually an excellent way to motivate and reward you for being intelligent and thoughtful in your solutions. The graphics are crystal clear (although they resemble stock art for a children's book) and the sound is merely functional, but the gameplay is dynamite. An excellent game that any adult - or kid - can find hours of rewarding play in.
Great, With Little Replay Value
This really is a great game for any Wii U owner. I have plaed both of the previous games in the franchise and this one is by far the best. With tons of new and creative puzzles and my favorite part, the item creator, it really is an improvement in every way over the old ones. However like its predesesors, it still suffers from the same lack of replay value. However, with the new lower price point, there is no reason not to pick it up.
I beat the first two games in 1 day, and I got mad about that because then I had to wait a long time for a sequel. Did this surprise me? YES!! Everything about this game is perfect. The new style makes it more fresh, and the creation tools stand out to me. If you're reading this and you own this game, be sure to go to the Punctuation Plaza and search up Indie Shop. The owner is me (obviously). Overall, this is not the best game, but is ONE OF THEM! BUY UNLIMITED!!!!!!!
So Ready to Scribble
This is going to be my first Wii U game. (Aside from Nintendo Land.) I never got to experience either of the first two games, but after reading the 10 page summary of it from Nintendo Power, I was sold. One word comes to mind when I see this game: Fun. Add the fact that you can play with up to four friends, and you have an awesome game that you won't want to miss. Still... I'll have to get used to Nintendo's new $59.99 game prices...
It's a "meh" game
Sorry ladies and gentlemen, but this game does not appeal to me. I play alot of games and this game just does absolutley nothing for me. I think this game is only worth half of it's price. I just dropped over 700 bucks into a wiiU and games and so far all is good except for this title. Seems like I got alot more bang for my buck in ZombiU, MarioU, and Assassins Creed 3.