History VideoGame / Scribblenauts

6th Jul '17 9:23:16 AM Reversinator
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* StupidityIstheOnlyOption: There are several missions that would be significantly easier if the player could just apply any number of adjectives to the villains, but anything that permanently immobilizes them ends up forcing a restart. Even non-lethal adjectives like "sleeping" or "immobile" don't work.
28th Jun '17 6:29:42 AM Spinosegnosaurus77
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You are Maxwell. You want to get the [[MacGuffin Starite]]. (What's a Starite? Well, a shiny [[StarShapedCoupon star-shaped]] thing, of course.) You have to figure out how to get the Starite. In order to get the Starite, you need to use the tools at your disposal to reach it.

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You are Maxwell. You want to get the [[MacGuffin Starite]]. (What's What's a Starite? Well, a shiny [[StarShapedCoupon star-shaped]] thing, of course.) course. You have to figure out how to get the Starite. In order to get the Starite, you need to use the tools at your disposal to reach it.
28th Jun '17 12:23:40 AM josedanielsteller
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It also got a sequel in 2010, ''Super Scribblenauts''.[[note]]Which is a pun on the addition of adjectives to the game.[[/note]] Included are adjectives (meaning you can create an [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot Piratic Zombified Robotic Ninja]]), new levels (there are fewer this time around, but they're longer and more puzzle-based), and a whole lot of improvements to the controls, camera, and physics engine. Considering it fixed the problems the first game had, the hype for this game was mostly optimistic (not as much, though, considering [[FirstInstallmentWins we've seen the concept before]]). The major attraction for the second game in early reviews wasn't the new adjective system, but the fixes to the control system that nearly sank the first game.

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It also got a sequel in 2010, ''Super Scribblenauts''.[[note]]Which is a pun on the addition of adjectives to the game.[[/note]] Included are adjectives (meaning you can create an [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot Piratic Zombified Robotic Ninja]]), a ''literal'' NinjaPirateZombieRobot), new levels (there are fewer this time around, but they're longer and more puzzle-based), and a whole lot of improvements to the controls, camera, and physics engine. Considering it fixed the problems the first game had, the hype for this game was mostly optimistic (not as much, though, considering [[FirstInstallmentWins we've seen the concept before]]). The major attraction for the second game in early reviews wasn't the new adjective system, but the fixes to the control system that nearly sank the first game.
20th Jun '17 1:29:37 PM brandonfave
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** Unfortunately, this got the devs into a bit of trouble, as they included NyanCat and KeyboardCat in ''Unlimited'' without realizing that both were trademarked, and owned by people willing to go to court to defend said trademarks. Oops. As a result, ''all'' memes (except Invisible Bike, and {{InJoke}}s like Post 217) were removed from ''Unmasked''.

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** Unfortunately, [[ScrewedByTheLawyers this got the devs into a bit of trouble, trouble]], as they included NyanCat and KeyboardCat in ''Unlimited'' without realizing that both were trademarked, and owned by people willing to go to court to defend said trademarks. Oops. As a result, ''all'' memes (except Invisible Bike, and {{InJoke}}s like Post 217) were removed from ''Unmasked''.
12th Jun '17 4:40:39 AM Spinosegnosaurus77
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''Scribblenauts'' is a series of physics-based puzzle games, developed by 5th Cell Interactive and published by Creator/WarnerBros.

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''Scribblenauts'' is a series of physics-based puzzle games, developed by 5th Cell Interactive and published by Creator/WarnerBros.
Creator/WarnerBrosInteractiveEntertainment.
11th Jun '17 5:10:33 PM Zuxtron
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* GiantEnemyCrab: Typing "Giant Crab" gets you a normal crab in the first game. Typing "Enemy Crab" will get you a normal crab. Typing "Giant Enemy Crab" gets you this trope. It even appears in a level with three samurai with the hint "ForMassiveDamage!"

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* GiantEnemyCrab: Typing "Giant Crab" gets you a normal crab in the first game. Typing "Enemy Crab" will get you a normal crab. Typing "Giant Enemy Crab" gets you this trope. It even appears in a level with three samurai with the hint "ForMassiveDamage!""For massive damage!"
11th Jun '17 1:47:50 PM nombretomado
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* BrownNote / MostAnnoyingSound: The [[FIFAWorldCup vuvu]][[MemeticMutation zela]] in ''Unlimited''. Playing it enough times is so annoying that everyone nearby gets an Angry adjective and starts attacking each other - even ''[[WhenTreesAttack trees]]'' can be angered by it.

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* BrownNote / MostAnnoyingSound: The [[FIFAWorldCup [[UsefulNotes/FIFAWorldCup vuvu]][[MemeticMutation zela]] in ''Unlimited''. Playing it enough times is so annoying that everyone nearby gets an Angry adjective and starts attacking each other - even ''[[WhenTreesAttack trees]]'' can be angered by it.
10th Jun '17 1:42:34 PM nombretomado
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** The WiiU version of Scribblenauts Unlimited has [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Mario, Luigi, Peach, Yoshi, Bowser,]] [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Link, Zelda, Ganon, Epona, and a Goron]] as summonable characters, among others from both the Mario and Zelda franchises.

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** The WiiU UsefulNotes/WiiU version of Scribblenauts Unlimited has [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Mario, Luigi, Peach, Yoshi, Bowser,]] [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Link, Zelda, Ganon, Epona, and a Goron]] as summonable characters, among others from both the Mario and Zelda franchises.
28th May '17 2:33:24 PM nombretomado
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** [[Manga/{{Bleach}} Loituma]] [[{{Vocaloid}} Girl]] (summons an {{animesque}} girl spinning a leek)

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** [[Manga/{{Bleach}} Loituma]] [[{{Vocaloid}} [[Music/{{Vocaloid}} Girl]] (summons an {{animesque}} girl spinning a leek)
18th May '17 8:55:43 AM SuperFeatherYoshi
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** Unfortunately, this inevitably led to quantity over quality, especially with the more obscure characters. For example, even though Mother of Champions from the Great Ten is immune to radiation (and it even says so in her description), she can still be harmed and killed by radiation just as any other character.
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