Aug 07 2009
It hasn’t even come out yet, but already Scribblenauts is assuredly game of the year. The puzzle platformer is perhaps the most creative video game of all time, allowing players to play the game literally any way they wish.
If it’s a noun, it’s not copyrighted and it’s not vulgar, it’s in Scribblenauts. The videos I’ve collected here will demonstrate the various absurd ways you can solve puzzles in the game, and I will most definitely be posting a follow up “best of” post once the game drops in September.
I’m just wondering how exactly one programs a game like this. Not only do you have to draw every noun ever created, you have to program the way you can use them and they interact with each other. Did they start developing this game in 1990 and just now finish it? I supposed that would explain the graphics.
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