Scribblenauts Unlimited 3DS won’t get Nintendo characters

Scribblenauts Unlimited 3DS won’t get Nintendo characters

Nintendo characters will stay exclusive to the WII U version of Scribblenauts Unlimited, the new entry in the Scribblenauts series by 5th cell. The series, starting with a DS game released in 2009 is known for its simple, pick up and play structure but also for the freedom the game grants the players to complete each stage: the Scribblenauts games are centered on creating objects of any kind to solve the stage puzzles by simple writing its name. There’s no ” right” way to complete each stage: for example, to reach an high platform you can create a jetpack or a plane or even a rocket!

Scribblenauts Unlimited slight changes the previous games’ formula. This time the main character Maxwell will journey through a single but massive level with even more people to help and puzzles to solve. Multiplayer mode has also been improved: in the previous entries multiplayer mode was limited to sharing created levels with other players.In Scribblenauts Unlimited the developers added a two cooperative mode, alongside the level sharing feature.

Nintendo fans were definitely pleased with knowing that the presence of fan favorite Nintendo characters like Mario, Princess Peach, Link and Zelda would be in the game. Unfortunately 7th Cell has recently confirmed that these characters would be exclusive to the WII U version because of time costraints. The developers confirmed that the 3DS version was already completed and in production when Warner Bros, 7th Cell owners, signed the agreement with Nintendo

Scribblenauts Unlimited 3DS and PC versions will hit shelves on November 18. The Wii U version will come at a later date.

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