Scribblenauts

Discussion in 'Gaming' started by Torx, Jun 19, 2009.

  1. Torx

    Torx Indigenous Nudist

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    this needs to come out NOW!
    imagine writing in anything, AND i mean ANYTHING! and it coming to life on screen with animations, etc to help you out on a task. simply amazing.

    YouTube - Scribblenauts FIRST FOOTAGE
  2. Jackalope

    Jackalope NNNNEEERRRRDDDSSSSS!!!!!!

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    ib4 penis vagina etc
  3. djsoulriot

    djsoulriot Junior Member

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    I wonder what the limits are. How many objects could they have possibly programmed?
  4. Torx

    Torx Indigenous Nudist

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    can you imagine how long its taken to develop a dictionary of words and animated objects?? thats gotta be a pain in the ass though.

    theyve probably taken a "common noun" dictionary and just created something for every noun... gah thats gotta suck
  5. Torx

    Torx Indigenous Nudist

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    best GAME EVAR.


    its to the point where i have brain farts on what to do. i get so stuck on "how can i approach this situation in the most outlandish creative way", to where my brain just overloads on what to do.

    everything ive typed in shows up and its interactive in many ways.
    im just now finishing up the "introductory" first world. The last level of this world has me stumped already and its the very first true puzzle.

    this is a must play. i think alot of you here would enjoy it.
    the more creative you accomplish a puzzle, the more points you get, more points and money you get, the more shit you can buy as added bonuses.
  6. James K

    James K Administrator Staff Member

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    Wow it's out already? I have to grab this. I want a multiplayer wii version. :)
  7. poke'man

    poke'man this is Angoon

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    did u type keyboard cat yet? =]
  8. Torx

    Torx Indigenous Nudist

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    NO.FUCKING.WAAAI.

    keyboard cat playing off the intro, LMAMAAAOOO!!! this game is teh BEST!!

    on a side note. god just kicked krakens ass AND cthulu. lmao
    this makes me wish the ds had a TV out cable this can easily be a party game. where everyone gets together and comes up with ideas.
  9. poke'man

    poke'man this is Angoon

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    maybe you just don't have enough creativity
    (that was sarcasm, don't blow it out of proportion)
  10. Torx

    Torx Indigenous Nudist

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    scrubblefuck you havent even played it yet.. :p :p

    some of these puzzles are frickin hard.
    you tend to overthink the situation, when in reality its something really easy.. BUT if you complicate it and be creative you get more points
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    -=Lurker=- **BANNED**

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    scrubblefuck... LMAO
  12. Steve Juneau

    Steve Juneau I am teh em0z LULZ

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    What emulator you using? The last one I tried had a shit fps.
  13. poke'man

    poke'man this is Angoon

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    fuck man gave away the whole the whole begining.
  14. Torx

    Torx Indigenous Nudist

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    ^^LMAO.

    way to GO SCRUBS. RUIN IT FOR EVERYONE.
    the tutorial is boring.. wait till you get into some real puzzles.
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    Dr. Flashpoint Extremely Volatile

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    Dr. Flashpoint Extremely Volatile

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  17. Sparky

    Sparky ¿sdooɥʍ

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    Don't listen to Bubbles!

    I snagged an emulator (NO$) and the Scribblenauts rom on Rapidshare as a surprise for my girlfriend. We've both been playing the crap out of the game for the past week or so. A lot of these levels are quite difficult, but very fun. The game doesn't get old, and if I owned a DS I'd absolutely buy this game. It's genius!
  18. Torx

    Torx Indigenous Nudist

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    its better on the ds because you got the 32M cartridge and little handheld.
    the possibilities in such a compact, limited, system is what gives it that "wow factor"
    you're like, wow fucks. mustve taken them a full staff around the clock to come up with the dictionary, the graphics, animations, interactions, and importance values, interactions with other objects... quite amazing.

    if youre not creative, then.. this game isnt for you. youre brain really is the limit.
    my only gripe, like everyone else is the controls. i know what i wanna do, and i know it'll work.. it just takes 3-5 tries just to make it happen.
  19. randomtask

    randomtask Chimp.

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    Has it got 'fleshlight' in it's dictionary torx? lmao if it does (i highly doubt it though)
  20. Sparky

    Sparky ¿sdooɥʍ

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    No sex, no drugs, no alcohol.

    And yeah, ideally I'd love to play it on a DS. I run it on my macbook using Wine (I need the functionality of NO$ - DeSmuME sucks), but even though I'm running an emulator on an emulator it runs pretty smoothly.
  21. Torx

    Torx Indigenous Nudist

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    lol. that would be awesome

    unfortunately no obscene items
  22. randomtask

    randomtask Chimp.

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    bumpity bump to this thread to say "nice avatar torx" lmao
  23. Cr@cKpiPe tE@sEr noOb!

    Cr@cKpiPe tE@sEr noOb! Not Just Handsome

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    Hahahaha, Scrubblefuck. I laughed a good while on that. The game looks interesting though and I just dusted off my DS for about the 20th time. This system will not die!
  24. Cr@cKpiPe tE@sEr noOb!

    Cr@cKpiPe tE@sEr noOb! Not Just Handsome

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    So I went out and bought this game a couple of weeks back. Honestly, I'm kind of disappointed. Yea, you can write in a bunch of random stuff. In the end, however, it seems you just end up using the same items. I'll think of something pretty good, the item exists, but it does nothing. Some of the levels are a joke. Some kids are trick or treating and you just give them candy. That's it. I still play it on the crapper and whatnot but it's not something I look forward to the way I do with other games. I'd say it's a 4.5/10.
  25. Torx

    Torx Indigenous Nudist

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    ahh that sucks dude.

    i think the main problems people, including me ended up dealing with is the controls (which should be fixed in the next iteration if there is one)

    and the fact that theres soo many input objects that your brain goes into overload or becomes "lazy" about how to solve a puzzle. alot of people go about it the most simplest ways using the same techniques and objects.. BUT the whole point of the game is to experiment and use your own vocabulary skills to conjure up new ideas and things. I think people are just soo overwhelmed that possibilities they just say "fuck it, i just wanna get through this level as fast as possible", and end up using same old same old shit.