E3 2012: Scribblenauts Unlimited announced for Wii U and 3DS

Posted By | On 05th, Jun. 2012

During Nintendo’s E3 press conference, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment announced that their previously handheld exclusive franchise, Scribblenauts, will be coming over to the Wii U with Scribblenauts Unlimited.

Scribblenauts allows you to type in any word, and the thing you type in appears on the screen- from dinosaurs to cakes, from mobile phones to aliens. You can use these things to surpass puzzles and platforming sections.

It’s also been announced for the 3DS.

A trailer and some gameplay footage were also shown on the stage, and it looks pretty good. It’s given above, have a look.


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