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Summon Mario And Zelda In Scribblenauts Unlimited

Posted on Wednesday, October 17 @ 11:54:12 PST by

Nintendo is in love with Scribblenauts. From a recent press release, we have learned that Maxwell can now summon our beloved characters from the Mario and Zelda universe in the Wii U version of Scribblenauts Unlimited.

The above shot obviously shows off Mario, Luigi, Peach, Yoshi (oh so adorable), Zelda, Link, Epona, and a Goron. But they will also allow for items... I'm already curious how an ocarina, hookshot, mushroom, and fire flower might solve a puzzle.

As for the built-in object editor, I already what to put Yoshi on top of Epona on top of a boat on top of a flying ship. I'm not crazy... I just have a wild imagination... Don't judge me!

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