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Discussion in 'User Submitted News' started by loopguy, Oct 12, 2011.
I honestly never expected this on the iphone, but its a really good fit. A lot bigger in size though, 140mb.
Time to go and try it out
It looks better than the DS versions but, sadly, I have a 3G.
Hmm I may check this out, how is the controls in the game?
Just touching sides to move in that direction, two finger swipe for camera.
why remix? different in any way? making the handwriting recognition is better than the ds.
Just picked this up on the iPad. It's called a remix because it contains levels from Scribblenauts and Super Scribblenauts as well as some new ones. The adjective system from Super is here which is good. Controls are lead Maxwell (same was the original) or you can go into the options and put up two on-screen analog nubs, the left one controls Maxwell and the right one controls the camera. I think I'd like a jump button though. I played it for about an hour, should be a great game if you enjoyed the other two, and on an iPad it's now can be a pass and play game with small groups.
There are some iOS exclusive levels in it.
Honestly seems like a better fit for mobile devices, and I think a lot of folks who game on iOS/Android will be used to the floaty physics.
As long as new games of Scribblenauts start from the portable, as in the phone doesn't take the game away, I'm fine with this.
Tbh, even tho I didn't want it, I want see how well it plays on the tablet.
Broke down and decided to get it for my iphone hopefully it is worth the $5.
As much as I hate games on the iPhone, this game is a good fit for it.
Looks allot more smoother than the Nintendo DS. If I had an iOS System I'd give it a buy for sure.
Tempts me to get an iPhone, if only I could afford it I'd get it,oh well.