Scribblenauts: Mega Pack officially announced

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    For a while after the game's existence was leaked on the Taiwanese Ratings Board two months ago, nothing was heard about Scribblenauts: Mega Pack. Today, W.B. has officially unveiled the project, which is a two-pack collection. Both Scribblenauts Unlimited and Scribblenauts Unmasked will be included, and will even be recieving some updates and additional content. Unlimited features two new levels, the ability to share content online, and an improved 2 player system. Unmasked will be getting new D.C. Comics related costumes and characters. These games released back in 2012 and 2013, respectively. Scribblenauts: Mega Pack will be available on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. The launch date is September 18, and it'll retail for £24.99.

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  1. kikongokiller

    kikongokiller Enemy Stand

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    A little disappointed that Super Scribblenauts isn't getting any love from them, but I guess this is still better than that "Showdown" mess that came out a while back.
     
  2. RedoLane

    RedoLane GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    an announcement which will make many kids scribbleNUT
     
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  3. Skittyusedcovet

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    My wallet is dead already. I love scribblenauts! I need it! :rofl2:
     
  4. VitaType

    VitaType GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    That's disappointing. Something called MEGA HYPER SUPER ÜBER PACK!!!11 should contain more then just two games plus minor DLC grade content additions. Assumed they will port the DS games to the new PC engine as well for that pack :mellow:
     
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  5. Skittyusedcovet

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    At least its not priced as a new switch game.
     
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  6. VitaType

    VitaType GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Indeed. The price seems fair to me, but I think if you give something a name like Mega Pack you raise expectations. Yet good price and portable thanks to Nintendos latest console, worth a buy :)
     
  7. trigao

    trigao GBAtemp Tiger

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    My god, what a relief

    Showdown was a huge mistake
     
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  8. comput3rus3r

    comput3rus3r GBAtemp Addict

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    too bad scribblenauts will never be as good on the switch as it was on the wii u due to the lack of a gamepad keyboard. I hate using the dials to write words and so does my 5 year old daughter. maybe somebody can port it to the wiiu... or maybe it will have a release for the 3ds in the future.
     
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  9. Sophie-bear

    Sophie-bear The Coolest Bear Around

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    No word of a PC release? I expect it would get one since the two games included did.
     
  10. Arras

    Arras GBAtemp Guru

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    Can't you use the touch screen in handheld mode?
     
  11. comput3rus3r

    comput3rus3r GBAtemp Addict

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    I play on the tv so i didn't try handheld mode.
     
  12. crzyzeldafanatic

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    nice
     
  13. cracker

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    There is no on-screen keyboard to use for entry. The wheel system sucked for me at first but then I got used to it. It should have the option for both in single player handheld mode.