The sequel to innovative vocabulary game Scribblenauts is coming this fall. Super Scribblenauts for the Nintendo DS promises to expand the vocabulary base and add adjectives to the mix.
The basis of Scribblenauts' gameplay -- write a noun and make that object appear in order to solve a puzzle -- will be expanded exponentially by the addition of adjectives. As I'm sure you remember from English class, adjectives modify nouns, so now you'll be able to change the color, size, style, behaviors and other aspects of the objects you describe in the game. Multiple adjectives can be combined together to produce things like pious, troubled, flying zombies and purple, skinny, winged elephants.
The game is being developed by 5TH Cell, the same company who developed Scribblenauts, and took an unknown title and made it into a sleeper hit.
Did you play the first Scribblenauts? What did you think? I loved it. Any game that has vocabulary as its main mechanic is alright with me. Or should I say, "I approve of interactive experience that reward my verbosity."