Scribblenauts Unlimited Is Now Available On Steam

Scribblenauts
Warner Bros announced today’s UK (and European) launch of Scribblenauts Unlimited for PC, a new game expanding upon the award-winning, video game franchise that challenges players to imagine anything and bring it to life in the game. The popular Scribblenauts series has sold more than five million units to date – making it one of the most successful video game franchises. Created and developed by 5TH Cell, Scribblenauts Unlimited is available today for PC via Steam (some countries may have it already unlocked while others are still a couple of hours behind).
Scribblenauts Unlimited fosters unlimited creativity, unbounded exploration and fun, social elements that create an original experience for fans of all ages. The game features a huge side – scrolling open world with high – definition, hand – drawn scenery and objects where players can help the game’s hero, Maxwell, solve robust puzzles and challenges by summoning any object they can imagine. Players also learn the backstory of Maxwell’s parents, his twin sister Lily, and how he acquired his magical notepad.
Scribblenauts Unlimited includes a new “Object Editor” feature that elevates the game’s creativity by giving players the same tools as the developer to make, name, and then share their creations online. Players can create their own objects from scratch or customize any object in-game by setting properties for how it behaves, and can change its appearance by resizing, disassembling and altering its texture and color. The user-generated objects can then be shared with all players for use in their worlds too. Previously summoned objects and players’ own creations can be stored in Maxwell’s “magic backpack” for easy access and future use.

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