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Scribblenauts was easily one of the most innovative titles of last year, so it’s really no surprise that 5th Cell is working on a sequel. According to GoNintendo, an article in Nintendo Power details the latest iteration of the game, stating it will contain more than 10,000 new words and 120 new levels, with the bulk of the words being focused on adjectives.

Perhaps the best news to come from the article is the fact that 5th Cell specifically addresses the games  controls, which were more than frustrating for some, especially when trying to pick up or manipulate small objects.

The game is scheduled to be released in the fall, though the article makes no mention if it will be this year, or perhaps a later date. More details are sure to surface as 5th Cell opens up concerning their new title.

I’m pretty excited, as Scribblenauts was one of the best games I played on my DS last year. I can’t wait to see a sequel with improved controls.

Source: Joystiq

  1. Very cool! I’ll definitely be eagerly anticipating more information on this one.

  2. I completely missed this game’s release. I’ll probably just wait for the sequel… it sounds more like a patch for the first game than a sequel. lol

  3. I really hope the second game is better than the first one ….

  4. avatar Anonymous

    Thankfully they added adjectives, and a growth ray, not just a shrink ray. And now, pirates fight ninjas (i think, one of the developers said so)

  5. avatar Anonymous

    The first one was fun, but really only because its so original, the 2nd should be sheer brilliance if they can pull it off

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