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+ cute graphics
+ detailed, living world
- very simple animations
+ cheerful soundtrack
+ background sound effects
+ good voice output
- You rarely get to hear
+ almost endless possibilities
+ large existing vocabulary
+ free Level choice
+ creative solutions
+ greatly improved control & level progression
+ hundreds of puzzles
- tasks require significantly fewer experiments than in the past
- nintendo characters are limited
- standard puzzles are easy
- logical solutions aren't always accepted
In the third part of Scribblenauts, the player learns the backstory to the merry grinning hero Maxwell and his twin sister Lily know. The game is a side-scrolling puzzle games with an impressively comprehensive knowledge of the written word.
Each environment is littered with people who have problems, which the player solves by conjuring objects based on the predicament at hand.
The problem is, it's not actually worth it to be inventive. You have the ability to do so much with Maxwell notepad - Change the size, temperament and color of anything you wish - but that does not really matter. Applying adjectives to objects only really matters when the game outright tells you to apply adjectives to things, otherwise you're doing it for personal amusement. It also tends to leave the maps dotted with random junk, people, and things, which can lead to some wonderfully weird scenarios. Can you ride a whale while toting a harpoon gun? And invoking a deadly cartoon laser gun battle between God and Satan on a total whim never gets old.? Lucifer didn't even get to throw a punch.
Characters and elements from the Mario and Zelda games, and the results are equally nice and frustrating. Feeding Mario a Super Mushroom makes him double in size. Giving Link an Ocarina makes him call upon Epona. Dropping Luigi and Windwaker’s Ganondorf into a pit with Cthulhu, a sheep and half a dozen zombies just to see what happens.
Puzzles are not quite as pleasing. They are far too easy to solve, and as such, does not encourage users to get crazy with their thinking. Many puzzles require just one item to solve, and as such they don't truly challenge. Though only the beginning and ending sequences involve much in the way of plot development, the story its way throughout this adventure. Collecting starites from people opens diverse worlds to explore, and each time new stages become available, you see how close Lily is to becoming completely petrified.
Sadly, as entertaining as Scribblenauts Unlimited can be, it doesn't reach its full potential but is a mostly funny and intelligent puzzler. Scribblenauts Unlimited is the best Scribblenauts yet and a giant sandbox for your crazy imagination.
Score: 82 / 100
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