This is not your average puzzle game – In the Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment game created and developed by 5th Cell,Scribblenauts Unmasked players are given a true DC Comics experience as you have access to more than 2,000 DC Comics characters and objects. With batcomputer, you even have an in-game encyclopedia that lists the names and descriptions of objects from the DC Universe leaving nothing outside the reach of your fingertips.
We joined Maxwell’s comical quest on Wii U and were just as excited and instantly addicted as any kid who will have the chance to play. In a world where you have to use your mind and your creativity to battle the mightiest villains, we were mind blown by the dynamically created puzzles, called Heroic Feats, that differed based on the location you were in. Taking on missions in Gotham City, Metropolis, Atlantis and so many more would determine what mission you were to be up against and each scenario required a different solution which always kept us on our toes. Because of randomly generated Brawls, unexpected Retaliations, and spontaneous Challenges, you must always be on your toes because you never know when you’re going to be attacked by packs of Super Villains.
Our favorite feature by far is the Hero Creator. On Wii U and PC, you can create your own Super Hero or Super Villain using any item you can imagine from the DC Comics Universe and then in setting properties, you can choose how your character behaves by changing its appearance and powers. Whether you want to make your favorite hero a villain or combine favorites like Superman, Batman and Robin into one crazy looking hero, it’s all up to you. Once you’ve created your new player, you can even then share it with the community and download creations from other people.
This game is great for kids, parents and everyone in between. If there’s one definite reason to try it, seeing your favorite The Justice League characters and villains of Batman all drawn in the the classic Scribblenauts art style is so unique and adorable that it’s a must-see.