It's official. The next Scribblenauts is on its way. Scheduled to release on the Nintendo DS this fall, the upcoming sequel will feature more levels, more words, and the inclusion of adjectives! As with the first Scribblenauts, players can summon just about any object they desire into the game's world to help protagonist Maxwell solve puzzles. The result was a game that played like an improvisational piece of art with many wildly different solutions for each challenge. This freedom to play Scribblenauts "your way" will expand in the sequel with the inclusion of adjectives. According to publisher Warner Bros., "Adjectives can change the color, size, elements, behaviors and many other aspects of the object they are describing."
Our friends at Nintendo Power have all the details on the new Scribblenauts in their April issue, which is on its way to subscribers and newsstands. Check it out for the latest on LEGO Harry Potter, Trauma Team, and the return of Earth Worm Jim.
Above: Grab the April issue of Nintendo Power for more Scribblnauts-related wordplay
Mar 8, 2010