Adjectives make Scribblenauts super
A host of new words, in particular adjectives, ensure sequel Super Scribblenauts will pack in plenty of fresh wordy platforming puzzles and challenges this autumn.
Publisher Warner Bros. Interactive officially announced the title today, which is being developed by series creator 5th Cell. The team hopes to broaden the game's scope with new words and a host of descriptors.
Adjectives will enable you to conjure more complex objects. For example, you could summon a winged elephant, whereas in the original you could only ask for a boring, naturally occurring regular elephant.
Most promising, though: improvements to the controls. We'll know just how effective the revised control scheme fares when Super Scribblenauts becomes available for Nintendo DS later this year.
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