This game is so fun!. I've played it through and effectively beaten it as much as I planned to. (My main goal was to get all the available characters.) The game is very creative and has so much diversity in its gameplay, and lots of replayability with the numerous puzzles available to you, and even secret Starite pieces obtainable through spawning certain items.
I spent most of my time gathering characters and doing what I needed to access the next set of areas, instead of really pursuing the main goal. That's my favorite thing about this game- if you don't feel like pursuing the main goal, you can do effectively whatever you want, and SPAWN whatever you want, too. If an item doesn't exist, don't worry- there's an item creator for you to handle that! Similarly, there's a character creator that lets you play as anyone you can think of, as long as you can figure out how to make them.
The unlockable characters are very diverse, as well. There's an elf, a Cub Scout, a hippie, a DJ (my personal favorite), and even a ninja. They pretty much touch on anything they could think of, resulting in a big pool of different characters to pick from and get attached to. This is just a personal thing I like, but the characters also have no dialogue- leaving you with a blank slate to develop headcanons for. I figure most people would dislike that, but I enjoy it, since I find it fun to make a personality for underdeveloped or background characters.
All in all, this game is a bucket of fun and a big pool of creativity. Granted, it does get a little repetitive after a while, but it always finds ways to keep the player engaged. So far, it's the best game in the Scribblenauts series
Publicado: 2 de Septiembre