Scribble Knots

Scribble Knots

Scribble Knots

by Steve Napierski to Comics

Have you heard about Scribblenauts? If you haven’t, I highly recommend checking this out. Is that not friggin’ awesome? Seriously, the potential for this game’s replay value is so drastically high… 280 levels, plus you can create your own levels and send them to friends. Nonetheless, I’m really looking forward to this. I want to see how long it takes before I come up with something that’s not in the game… well, in reason anyway.

  • http://mozzilo.wordpress.com Chris Smedley

    LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL!
    I like the art in this one! *thumbs up*

  • Deekman

    I see what you did there. Clever also yeah the art style on this one is awesome!

  • The Gastronomic Gamer

    ACTUALLY, it’s 220 levels. Anyway, it’s not like you can just add objects to people to change them. Yes, you can give them holdable items, but it’s not going to make them into someone else. There are a few exceptions to this, but they actually make sense (someone becomes a wolf during the full moon, become a zombie if a zombie bites you).

  • http://www.pierski.com Steve Napierski

    They must have cut some levels out. Nintendo Power reported 280 levels.

  • http://www.himynameistyler.com Tyler

    A game where you can make God fight Cthulhu with a shotgun and skateboard is good enough for me.

  • http://www.engine001.com Deedasmi

    Wonder how many people will buy this game just to see if Stripper or Slut works.

    Or drugs
    or alcohal
    or anything else like that.

  • Oribaa

    I heard “Alcohal” conjures up a rebellious, drunken computer.

  • http://www.pierski.com Steve Napierski

    @Oribaa Alcohal: Hey, you little punk kids, get off my LAN!

  • Lord Shplane

    This does look pretty cool, though it seems like the kind of thing that gets old quick. Making things and having them hit each other is cool and all, but it can only entertain for so long.