The great thing about Scribblenauts Unlimited is the way it inspires and rewards creativity. You play as Maxwell, a boy with a magic notebook that can create anything that’s written in it. You go on missions and solve problems in a typical 2D sidescrolling action-adventure fashion, but this is really just pretext for watching anything you can imagine appear on the screen. You just type a word or phrase like, “angry green elephant” into the notebook, and watch it come to life on the screen. Just the act of thinking up new objects, watching how they interact with the world around them, and utilizing them to solve problems in new ways is a blast. You can also modify objects and show off your creative use of language to friends online. All of this reverse-rebus gameplay can be yours today on Origin.
Posted by Kris Gucker on December 19, 2012