Scribblenauts Latest News - DS

  • Publisher: WB Games
  • Genre:Action, Puzzle
  • Developer: 5th Cell
  • Release Date:Sep 15, 2009
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:E10+ - Everyone 10+ (Cartoon Violence,Comic Mischief)
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Game Description: If you type it, it will come. Featuring a seemingly endless library of words, this engrossing puzzle game lets users summon objects simply by typing their names, and then use them to help Maxwell traverse 10 worlds, and solve hundreds of puzzles along the way.
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Scribblenauts News

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  • Scribblenauts: A Preview Of The Sleeper Hit Of E3 2009

    It’s rare like a blue rose when a truly innovative idea comes around in video games, but Scribblenauts is the real deal. If you haven’t heard of Scribblenauts before reading this preview, it’s understandable. I hadn’t heard of the DS title before E3 2009 either, but on the show floor, the word-of-mouth buzz about this...

    Posted June 5, 2009

    Scribblenauts: A Preview Of The Sleeper Hit Of E3 2009
  • Hands On Scribblenauts Preview

    Posted: August 24, 2009

    18,452 Views | 04:44

  • Hands On Scribblenauts Preview: Reanimating The Corpse

    Posted: August 24, 2009

    13,074 Views | 03:32

  • Scribblenauts Accolades Trailer

    Posted: August 18, 2009

    2,108 Views | 00:52

  • Scribblenauts Hands-On Preview

    Posted: July 29, 2009

    10,356 Views | 03:17

  • Scribblenauts Gameplay Trailer

    Posted: July 24, 2009

    2,853 Views | 01:23


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