Ghostbusters and Pokemon recreated in Scribblenauts Unlimited, made possible by the new Object Editor.
I reviewed the Wii U version of Scribblenauts Unlimited over at Joystiq, which took a dark turn:
“Scribblenauts Unlimited is meant to be a redemption quest, one that forces Maxwell to examine the way he’s mistreated others and abused his notebook’s powers, but I was having none of that.
The game is filled with characters dropping their wishes at Maxwell’s feet, and I wanted to be the venomous djinn, the nefarious wishmaster that only granted them with a terrible twist. I became the devil on Maxwell’s shoulder, goading him into silencing my counterpart with his notebook by writing out ‘absent conscience.’”
At one point in the game, a girl wished someone would give her something romantic, like in the movies. I offered her a “cursed ring,” which she took happily, unaware that she’d accepted a doomed future in the exchange. Perhaps not the kind of film she had in mind.
Buy: Super Scribblenauts, Scribblenauts Unlimited
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