Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment have announced that they will be bringing Super Scribblenauts to the DS, the sequel to the intuitive puzzle solver Scribblenauts, which had players creating all manner of objects and has sold more than 1.1 million units worldwide. Originally developed by 5th Cell, players were able to use the Stylus to help the games hero, Maxwell, on his quest to gather up the starites.
Set to be arriving autumn 2010, Super Scribblenauts will take the previous gaming element of being able to create near enough anything by written input, but will expand on the past iteration by improving the controls and offering many new features such as the ability to modify objects in any way they desire by using adjectives. This will allow the player to change the colour, size, style and behaviour (as well as many other aspects) of the object. Multiple adjectives can also be combined to produce some interesting effects such as creating gentlemanly, flaming flying zombies or obese, winged elephants. Super Scribblenauts will let players imaginations run wild even more than before by taking control of the past hero, Maxwell, in his quest for the starites by solving even more puzzles and robust challenges on all new levels.
Did you play the first Scribblenauts? Did you enjoy it? What improvements would you like to see? Will you be picking Super Scribblenauts up?