Scribblenauts released across the UK
Friday, October 09, 2009 1:10 PM
5th Cell's latest DS game, Scribblenauts, has been shipped to UK retailers.
Available for the Nintendo DS from today, Scribblenauts enjoyed incredible praise at its first appearance at E3. Critics have since either been ecstatic or disappointed.
Developed by 5th Cell, Scribblenauts allows players to use their imagination to create their own solutions to collect Starites for the game's protagonist, Maxwell. By typing in any noun, that object or creature will instantly spawn to either help or hinder you in our quest to collect Starites.
Tens of thousands of words are in the Scribblenauts dictionary, meaning that every gamer will be able create their own gaming experience, limited only by their imagination.
"There's never before been a game like Scribblenauts," said Samantha Ryan, senior vice president of production and development at Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. "It is truly a game for everyone, as it challenges players to use their imagination and creativity to solve puzzles in an entirely new way."
"We're very proud of Scribblenauts and the way the gameplay captures players' creativity and takes everyday environments and objects to a new level," said Jeremiah Slaczka, creative director and co-founder of 5th Cell.
"With the enthusiastic response Scribblenauts has received so far, we're thrilled to work with Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment in bringing the game to players everywhere."
Scribblenauts releases for the Nintendo DS today in the UK.