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Well, everyone, since I have no clue if DJH's idea will work or not until 8:41 PM EST, I guess I'll be pumping these out like bullets at mutant. Anyways, for this first blog today, I'll be covering Scribblenauts, a great game by 5th Cell (credits also include Drawn To Life and Locke's Quest), has a boy named Maxwell who has the amazing power of having whatever he writes on paper into a real object. For example, if writes "penguin", *gasp* penguin will appear. On his journey through eight worlds, he solves many puzzles to get Starites, little objects that look like, well, stars.
I remember seeing this game in "The Beatles Rock Band " issue in my favorite gaming magazine, IGN Print (Ba Da Dum). Anyways, I was amazed at the mechanic, and I was on the edge of shelling out my hard earned cash on it. The I saw a pre-order bonus- the hat that Maxwell wears. Usually, a pre-order bonus is not a deal breaker for me, but a hat was something new. SO I bought the game, and surprisingly enough, loved it. I later sold it (What the heck was I thinking?), but I plan to get Scribblenauts Unlimited for the 3DS.
(This is for the fact there is no Final Fantasy game on the list)
This will be the first of six blogs written today, and I will hopefully not have a nervous breakdown. I should be able to write all of these tonight, though, and I hope I can get one more done, and finish the rest after my bass guitar practice. Thank you amigos, and i'll see you in the future... Or will I?
I really liked playing this game. I rented it through Gamefly. Gamefly FTW!
Every puzzle can be solved with mechanical T-REX.. I actually don't know if you could do that, but this game was a lot of fun.