Adorable little Maxwell and Scribblenauts were one of the unexpected hits from last year's E3. Now Maxwell is back, and he's super. Does that make Super Scribblenauts a hit? We hope so. ostly because we like coming up with goofy word combinations. Paul Semel saw the game recently, and we learned what's new.
"For starters, the controls are being tweaked. While you can still move with the stylus, you can now also use the DS’s d-pad, which, as evidenced from actually playing the game, is way more accurate and thus fun. The irony of this is that the game is actually more about the puzzles this time out. You can even buy more hints, if the one freebie you get for each of the games 120 levels doesn’t help you out."
Is there more? Heck yes. Bring your thesaurus along to our E3 2010 Super Scribblenauts preview.