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Scribblenauts Unlimited Announced For Wii U

Posted on Tuesday, June 5 @ 09:33:05 Eastern by Alex_Osborn

Warner Bros. took the stage at Nintendo's E3 presser this morning to announce that 5th Cell's popular imagination-fueled puzzle franchise Scribblenauts is coming to the Wii U. Dubbed Scribblenauts Unlimited, this new iteration will make use of the tablet controller to give players the ability to design and create objects (like the Robo Dog Tank) by utilizing the touchscreen.

In addition, the game will support multiplayer, but in what capacity remains to be seen. For now, it seems you'll be able to share your creations with other players to edit or add upon. A 3DS logo accompanied the Wii U tag, so a portable version will be available as well.

Be sure to keep checking back on Game Revolution for more updates from E3.
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