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6:00 AM on 08.30.2012

WB Games announces Scribblenauts Unlimited preorder bonus

Continuing in the grand tradition of Scribblenauts pre-order bonuses, WB Games has announced a sweet treat for those who reserve their copy of Unlimited in advance. Plunk down your pre-order pennies at Gamestop for Scribblena...

Holly Green

6:00 PM on 08.09.2012

Maxwell suits up Mario-style in Scribblenauts Unlimited

What do Maxwell and Mario have in common? Apparently a wardrobe. The latest issue of Nintendo Power reports that Maxwell will be able to wear a tanuki or frog suit, the power ups that Mario first wore Super Mario Bros. 3...

Holly Green

9:00 PM on 08.06.2012

StreetPass mode confirmed for Scribblenauts Unlimited 3DS

The new Scribblenauts may be unlimited, but let's face it, sometimes our vocabularies aren't. Lucky for us, 5th Cell has come up with another way to help out on those, er uh...toughies...with this new feature. According to th...

Holly Green

12:00 PM on 07.13.2012

5th Cell: Wii U definitely more powerful than 360/PS3

5th Cell CEO Jeremiah Slaczka is frustrated with the console war and the way in which systems are ranked according to power. Nevertheless, he has stated that the Wii U is definitely more powerful than either the Xbox 360...

Jim Sterling

11:00 PM on 07.02.2012

These Scribblenauts Unlimited pics smell of elderberries

They say youth is wasted on the young. I'd like to add "and so are Scribblenauts Unlimited screenshots". These pics are just too cool for children: there's not only a Monty Python scene but also a wacky waving inflatable...

Holly Green

7:30 PM on 06.28.2012

Have a pair of Scribblenauts Unlimited trailers

This coming fall it'll be time once again to spell our way to victory with Scribblenauts Unlimited, and 5th Cell have a new pair of trailers to remind us. In this footage you can get a glimpse of the new noun and adject...

Holly Green

1:00 AM on 06.11.2012

Scribblenauts Unlimited has a big, fat... dig

Here's a quick look a Scribblenauts Unlimited. It feels like the game will truly let you create whatever you want, however you want. There is an object editor, a huge array of recognized adjectives and nouns, and a handy aut...

Jonathan Holmes

E3: F-U-N spells Scribblenauts Unlimited  photo
E3: F-U-N spells Scribblenauts Unlimited
by Holly Green

I'm what you call a Scribblenauts fan. I own the original, Super Scribblenauts, and Scribblenauts Remix, the latter of which actually played a major role in my decision to buy the new iPad. I've used Scribblenauts to help teach my niece to read. Sometimes, I just sit in the middle of my bed with my various copies of Scribblenauts and throw them in the air and let them shower over me while giggling like a mad man. (I get bored sometimes.) The point is, I just love it.

A game where you can solve objectives with the power of whatever you can conjure in your mind is just effin' delightful to a nerdy little word lover like me. I spent so many hours testing the game's limits, pitting chupacabras against God and ghosts and dinosaurs time and time again. Could this ever get old? Maybe if 5th Cell wasn't already one step ahead of us with Scribblenauts Unlimited!

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12:19 PM on 06.05.2012

E3: Nintendo spells out Scribblenauts Unlimited

Nintendo has just announced the latest iteration of the smash hit series Scribblenauts. In this new version, entitled Scribblenauts Unlimited, 5th Cell once again puts a fresh face on the series by adding new features. While ...

Holly Green

11:58 AM on 06.05.2012

E3: Nintendo confirms more third-party 3DS titles

While there was no new info about the titles, Nintendo did confirm four forthcoming 3DS titles at E3: Castlevania: Lords of Shadow - Mirror of Fate Scribblenauts Unlimited Disney's Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion Kingdom Hear...

Alasdair Duncan

11:00 AM on 02.03.2012

Scribblenauts Remix gets a celebratory update

Scribblenauts Remix, or as my younger cousin calls it, "Scribblesnot" has a lot to be thankful for. As of today, the rooster-headed wordsmith simulator has sold over one million copies on iOS. To celebrate, in true iOS fashio...

Chris Carter

4:15 PM on 12.09.2011

Scribblenauts Remix gets voice option via Apple's Siri

Imagine being able to simply say aloud the objects you'd like to create in Scribblenauts. The new Scribble Speak feature in iOS game Scribblenauts Remix lets you do just that on the iPhone 4S, using its Siri voice recognitio...

Dale North

8:00 AM on 10.12.2011

Scribblenauts comes to iOS as Scribblenauts Remix

Cult hit DS game Scribblenauts has made its way to the iOS platform as Scribblenauts Remix. Costing $4.99, it features forty of the best levels from both Scribblenauts and Super Scribblenauts, plus ten iOS-exclusive challenge...

Jim Sterling

3:00 AM on 08.04.2011

Warner Bros registers 'Scribblenauts Remix' domain

The Scribblenauts franchise has been fairly successful for Warner Bros. Interactive and developer 5th Cell so it stands to reason that the series would continue. Warner Bros has registered a site domain for something called "...

David Rayfield

8:00 AM on 03.29.2011

Scribblenauts' Maxwell, now in plush and vinyl toy form!

Who doesn't love Scribblenauts' Maxwell? Racists, that's who. You're ... you're not a racist, are you? Well, you better march in step with the rest of us.  Now that you're not a racist, you'll want to know that Maxwell i...

Jim Sterling

2:30 AM on 08.19.2010

Behold the power of adjectives in Super Scribblenauts

This is a delightful trailer for Super Scribblenauts which has come out of gamescom. T he focus of the trailer is on what's arguably the biggest innovation this game has over the original Scribblenauts: the addition of...

Conrad Zimmerman