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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 608d ago | review

Nintendo Life: Scribblenauts Unlimited Review

Nintendo Life: After enjoying some success with its Drawn to Life title on Nintendo DS, developer 5th Cell set out to create a unique action/puzzler that allowed the player to conjure up almost any object they could think of by merely typing the name of that object into the game. This offered not only a large array of creativity, but also allowed gamers to go wild in trying to come up with the most bizarre ways to solve puzzles. (3DS, Scribblenauts Unlimited) 8/10

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