Scribblenauts Unlimited is a polished and fun launch. It is the purest realization of what makes the series so fun to date, and proves that, after so many portable iterations, Scribblenauts might actually be best suited for the TV and Nintendo's Wii U GamePad.
This is the first scribblenauts game i have played, and it really is unlimited. There is so much to do. It's awesome when you think of the craziest way to help people. And that's enough to earn itself an 10/10!
Scribblenauts Unlimited is not the game Wii U needed right now, nor that kind of production that can highlight the uniqueness of the new Nintendo hardware... nonetheless, it’s a funny language laboratory and a clever gaming workshop. The Gamepad allows for some sharing between who’s playing and the ones sitting along on the sofa, making 5th Cell effort a good choice for some evening sessions between friends and relatives.
Scribblenauts Unlimited still serves some purpose as a playground of silly ideas, and it still has a measure of charm left over from its original incarnation, but when it comes time to actually play it, this is the most boring and monotonous game in the series. Anything it does well was already done in the portable installments, and the new structure is utterly tedious.
A great franchise adds another amazing game to it's collection! The option to create your own things and search other player's creations opens up endless possibilities for days of fun, maybe weeks. A few missions were very aggrevating, but for the most part this game and Pikmin 3 are the best games on the Wii U, both must haves for any owner of the Wii U.
Story 5/10 The game does provide us with more story than other past games in the series yet throughout the main story is does not provide us with any major developments
Controls 8/10 The controls are good however they can get annoying from time to time
Audio and Visual 10/10 The game has the basic type of audio and visuals that is maintained throughout the series
Improvements on games and series 10/10 This game does raise the bar on the past games in the series by diving each of the puzzles into mini intractable areas and by providing us with background on the notebooks origins
Content 4/10 Even know this is a well developed game for 20 dollars the game progress to quickly and does not have good amount of hours of content
Replay value 10/10 With countless ways to solve each of the games puzzles this game has a high replay value
Difficulty 3/10 Well some puzzles may be challenging most are just to easy
Overall 66/100 or D+
This game is right on the line of a must have and i not worth the money. it is a great game and is very fun, but it has a feeling of not being worth 40 dollars especially 60 dollars. i bought this game right when i saw it one sale for 30 and i had lots of fun playing it for about 7 hours then it started getting kind of repeditve and boring. it may seem as a game that you can do anything in but it felt as if it was lacking something, i think the lacking something had to do with the portable game style being on the big screen.
I was really looking forward to this game, but I was extremely disappointed. The premise is great. You have a magic notebook in which you can write anything you want, and (if it's in the game, which pretty much everything is) it'll appear in front of you. The way the developers utilize this is downright dumb, though. Your goal is to collect star bits. You do this by making people happy. That's okay I guess, but here is where it gets dumb: They have like 500 characters who each say something like "My hair is messy, wish I had something to comb it with", or "I can't go out without my helmet", etc. You basically just have to write whatever word the characters says, or what they need. It's fun for about an hour, but that's it. Graphics are nice, music is okay. But all in all, it's not worth your time or money. Concept: 9
Replay value: 0
SummaryScribblenauts Unlimited features a side-scrolling open world with new, high-definition hand-drawn scenery and objects where players can help the game's hero, Maxwell, solve robust puzzles and challenges by summoning any object they can imagine. And for the first time, players learn the back story of Maxwell's parents, his twin sister Lil...