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Editor's Pick - Super Scribblenauts

Posted on Monday, January 3 @ 14:32:30 Eastern by KevinS
[An Editor's Pick is a game chosen by a Game Revolution writer that, for some blasphemous reason, did not win a GR Award. For those games that don't even get a Editor's Pick, well, we're just mean like that. ~Ed.]


When you find yourself willingly distracted for at least a half-hour before you even reach the title screen, you know there’s something there. That’s what Super Scribblenauts did for me. Even though the puzzles themselves are a blasty-blast, figuring out what you can get away with is even better (especially when they start fighting each other... how can you say no to a game that lets God fight the Devil, or Vampires fight Vikings?). Super Scribblenauts expanded the lexicon with nouns, added the use of adjectives, and included a working hint system for some of the tougher puzzles, making it actually playable instead of just a neat idea. If there is another one in the works, I’ll be in line! I can’t wait!

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