9 posts tagged super scribblenauts
So here’s a sweet Maxwell/Doppelganger scene, by DeviantArt user AuraMasterLucario. Now that’s something you’ve seen.
By the way, if you haven’t “summoned” the Doppelganger in Super Scribblenauts, it’s totally worth trying. He rapidly generates random items, giving you more ideas about which nouns and adjectives can be found in the in-game dictionary. What he doesn’t do is look away ambivalently during tender moments.
Buy: Super Scribblenauts
See also: More Scribblenauts
Holiday Cheer: Super Scribblenauts Christmas wallpaper (click for the huge desktop-size version)! I’ll pretty much feature anything that has a monkey hanging out in a sidecar.
“Scirbblenauts Tribute” by Andy Poon (click for full size).
[Update: Disregard everything I said below except for the last paragraph! I mixed up Andrew Poon from Rainmaker Studios with Andy Poon from Nerdcorps Entertainment. The latter actually created this magnificent piece, and he’s an art director / concept artist at his respective studio. Please accept my apologies for the confusion!]
Andrew works as an animator at Vancouver’s Rainmaker Entertainment, formerly Mainframe Entertainment, which has created “cinematics” for games like Ghostbusters, Prototype, and Assassin’s Creed 2.
Back in the day, though, Rainmaker/Mainframe also produced CGI-animated shows like ReBoot and Beast Wars — Andrew wasn’t at the company around that time, but I wanted to bring it up because I haven’t thought of ReBoot and Beast Wars in forever. Those shows were soooo tight (despite me never getting home from school in time to catch the first ten minutes of Beast Wars).
Anyway, Andrew created this great art as a tribute to his friend, Edison Yan, art director of Scribblenauts.
Super Scribblenauts commercial. I haven’t paid much attention to this sequel (partially because of the reduced attention it’s received from the gaming press, but also because I hardly made any headway with the original game), but this comes out today!
This might be the last DS game we see from 5th Cell for a while, what with the studio working on an unannounced XBLA title and not yet developing anything for Nintendo 3DS, so if you enjoy the company’s work, pick this up!
By the way, I hope Super Scribblenauts has an ending that’s as crazy as Drawn to Life 2’s credits.
Special edition Super Scribblenauts Nintendo DSi featuring artwork by 5th Cell’s gifted artist Edison Yan.
Publisher Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment plans to give out a series of random pins to anyone who visits its PAX booth next week and plays Super Scribblenauts. The first 10 gamers to receive and present matching pins will win a custom DSi like the one above!
Super Scribblenauts trailer shows off purple cars, rainbow telephones, and other adjective-noun combinations. Though this is receiving a tenth of the hype that the original Scribblenauts enjoyed, I’m thrilled that there’s a possibility players will be able to summon tiny cartridges.
Other stuff I can’t wait to conjure: surfing ninja, dancing robot, musical lizard, floating house, estranged father, supportive mother, lost innocence, unbroken family, sober living, happiness that isn’t in a bottle, and a bunch of other zany things you don’t see every day!
While I was busy watching too many episodes of Deep Space Nine last night — including that awesome one where the station activated a self-destruct sequence after detecting what it thought was a Bajoran uprising — a slew of new video game trailers and clips posted online.
I’ve collected the videos most relevant to our interests here, like this Scott Pilgrim vs. The World debut trailer. Yeah, it’s releasing only for XBLA and PSN, but it has a rad Anamanaguchi soundtrack and some great spritework, so we’ll forgive it for not having a portable edition.
New Super Scribblenauts artwork (click for a larger version). You can download a much larger, 1920 x 1080 wallpaper-sized version here. Finally, you can decorate your desktop with a windsurfing werewolf, a plaid automobile, and a hot air ballooning zombie girl.
Preorder: Super Scribblenauts
See also: Tons of previous Scribblenauts posts
Three screenshots from Super Scribblenauts, the sequel to last year’s noun-summoning hit, now with adjectives to modify the “colour, size, style, behaviours and many other aspects” of whatever object you’re looking to conjure. Now you can call on pink aliens, raunchy cowboys, cursed ice cream, and tiny cartridges to do your bidding.
5th Cell and Warner Bros. expect to release Super Scribblenauts, presumably with the control issues from the original game addressed, this August.
See also: Tons of previous Scribblenauts posts