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An Emergent Puzzle Action game for Nintendo DS by 5th Cell

Scribblenauts box art

Scribblenauts is a game where the player can conjure up any of tens of thousands of items in order to solve open-ended puzzles. With the seemingly infinite possibilities for solutions, Scribblenauts has been acclaimed as a notable title in the emergent genre.

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Box Art

[[Category:Nintendo DS]]
Release date
15 Sept 2009
Scribblenauts box art for Nintendo DS

News & Blogs

Rapidly declining interest in Scribblenauts

BlogScribblenauts was the game that got most of the glory at [this year's E3](/posts/topics/E3 2009). The premise was almost revolutionary in that the possibilities were seemingly infinite: conjure up almost any animal, vegetable, or mineral to help you solve open-ended puzzles. Hatch a dinosaur egg, help a lumberjack chop down a tree, etc. There are reportedly over 20,000 nouns manually programmed into the game to assist you in solving puzzles. Read on

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