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    theresalee

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    Scribblenauts

    Post  theresalee on Tue Sep 08, 2009 11:21 pm

    Scribblenauts: The only limit is your imagination.
    by Theresa Lee

    Critics are suggesting that this new game developed by 5th Cell could be one of the greatest games ever released on Nintendo's handheld, the DS. Claiming the titles of Best of Show, Best Handheld Game, and many others during the annual game conference, E3, Scribblenauts has caught the attention of many gamers. However, unlike the majority of highly praised games, Scribblenauts is a puzzle action game that requires every gamer to challenge their imagination by solving puzzles in his/her own way...with the ability to call out almost any existing item!

    The goal of this game is to help Maxwell to collect Starites, which can be obtained by activating certain events or physically obtaining the Starite itself. Players can then use the in-game keyboard to type in whatever item they wish to create. Each level has multiple ways to reach the objective so the replay value is immense! For example, a level could require the return of a stranded cat to his rightful owner. One may type in a magic carpet to physically retrieve the poor animal but another possible way is to lure the cat down by summoning a rat. Featuring over 200 levels of mind-boggling fun, Scribblenauts really challenges it’s audience to conjure up creative approaches, especially since some levels offer more points for innovative thinking and extra credit for lesser items or prohibit the use of certain devices.

    You might be thinking, is it even humanly possible to have each and every possible word? Well, ponder no more! During the past half a year, members of 5th Cell have been gathering information from dictionaries and other databases including Wikipedia and compiling them into the game engine. With the help of artificial intelligence, every item in Scribblenauts is programmed to react a certain way when in contact with other objects. The database contains tens of thousands of possible words, excluding copyrighted terms and vulgar language, so the possibilities are endless! The possibilities of terms range from animals to weapons to famous people to fictional beings to regular household items. Even God (depicted as an old man with a white mustache) can be summoned to defeat the evil Cthulhu or Einstein wielding a minigun to hold back hordes of zombies in outer space.

    Scribblenauts hits the shelves at your local game shops on September 15, 2009 so be sure to check out this multi-award winning game!

    nancyxiao

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    Re: Scribblenauts

    Post  nancyxiao on Sun Sep 13, 2009 2:24 pm

    Scribblenauts: The only limit is your imagination.
    by Theresa Lee

    Critics are suggesting that this new game developed by 5th Cell could be one of the greatest games ever released on Nintendo's handheld, the DS. Claiming the titles of Best of Show, Best Handheld Game, and many others during the annual game conference, E3, Scribblenauts has caught the attention of many gamers. However, unlike the majority of highly praised games, Scribblenauts is a puzzle action game that requires every gamer to challenge their imagination by solving puzzles in his/her own way...with the ability to call out almost any existing item!

    The goal of this game is to help Maxwell to collect Starites, which can be obtained by activating certain events or physically obtaining the Starite itself. Players can then use the in-game keyboard to type in whatever item they wish to create. Each level has multiple ways to reach the objective so the replay value is immense! For example, a level could require the return of a stranded cat to his rightful owner. One may type in a magic carpet to physically retrieve the poor animal [insert comma] but another possible way is to lure the cat down by summoning a rat. Featuring over 200 levels of mind-boggling fun, Scribblenauts really challenges it’s [its] audience to conjure up creative approaches, especially since some levels offer more points for innovative thinking and extra credit for lesser items or prohibit the use of certain devices.

    You might be [You're probably] thinking, is it even humanly possible to have each and every possible word? Well, ponder no more! During the past half a year [six months], members of 5th Cell have been gathering information from dictionaries and other databases including Wikipedia and compiling them into the game engine. With the help of artificial intelligence, every item in Scribblenauts is programmed to react a certain way when in contact with other objects. The database contains tens of thousands of possible words, excluding copyrighted terms and vulgar language, so the possibilities are endless! The possibilities [variety---"possibilities was getting repetitive] of terms range [ranges---if you decide to use "variety" in place of "possibilities] from animals to weapons to famous people to fictional beings to regular household items. Even God (depicted as an old man with a white mustache) can be summoned to defeat the evil Cthulhu or Einstein wielding a minigun to hold back hordes of zombies in outer space. [seems grammatically correct, just sounds a bit awkward.]

    Scribblenauts hits the shelves at [of] your local game shops [shop] on September 15, 2009 [insert comma] so be sure to check out this multi-award winning game!

    theresalee

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    Story Final

    Post  theresalee on Sun Sep 13, 2009 8:23 pm

    Scribblenauts: The Only Limit is Your Imagination!
    Time to Play! Scribble away!

    Imagine yourself in a game stranded on an island surrounded by sharks. What do you do? Call a helicopter for rescue? Harpoon the sharks to swim safely to land? Fly away on the back of a pterodactyl? Or create your own escape in Scribblenauts! Critics are suggesting that this new game developed by 5th Cell could be one of the greatest games ever released on Nintendo's handheld, the DS. Claiming the titles of Best of Show, Best Handheld Game, and many others during the annual game conference, E3, Scribblenauts has caught the attention of many gamers. However, unlike the majority of highly praised games, Scribblenauts is a puzzle action game that requires every gamer to challenge their imagination by solving puzzles in his/her own way...with the ability to call out almost any existing item!

    The goal of this game is to help Maxwell, the protagonist, to collect Starites, a star-like object that triggers the completion of a level when touched. The game contains two game modes: puzzle and action. In puzzle mode, activated events, such as reuniting a family of penguins, activates the appearance of a Starite. However, Starites need to be physically obtained in the action mode, but only after overcoming obstacles. Players can use the in-game keyboard to type in whatever item they wish to create. Each level has multiple ways to reach the objective so the replay value is immense! For example, a level could require the return of a stranded cat its rightful owner. One may type in a magic carpet to physically retrieve the poor animal, but another possible way is to lure the cat down by summoning a rat. At the end of every level, players will receive “ollars” as a reward for finishing and calculated factors include time spent, items used, and style. Featuring over 200 levels of mind-boggling fun, Scribblenauts really challenges its audience to conjure up creative approaches, especially since some levels offer more points for innovative thinking and extra credit for lesser items or prohibit the use of certain devices.

    You are probably thinking, is it even humanly possible to have each and every possible word? Well, ponder no more! During the past six months, members of 5th Cell have been gathering information from dictionaries and other databases including Wikipedia and compiling them into the game engine. With the help of artificial intelligence, every item in Scribblenauts is programmed to react a certain way when in contact with other objects. The database contains tens of thousands of possible words, excluding copyrighted terms and vulgar language, so the possibilities are endless! The variety of terms ranges from animals to weapons to famous people to fictional beings to regular household items. Even God (depicted as an old man with a white mustache) wielding a potato gun can be summoned to defeat the evil Cthulhu and hordes of zombies in outer space!

    So whether you decide to reunite a family of penguins with a grappling hook or clear a house full of ants with a bulldozer, this will be sure to devour hours of boredom. Scribblenauts hits the shelves of your local game shop on September 15, 2009, so be sure to check out this multi-award winning game!

    emilyyang

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    Re: Scribblenauts

    Post  emilyyang on Fri Sep 18, 2009 11:49 am

    Needs to be pasted into the page:

    Imagine yourself in a game stranded on an island surrounded by sharks. What do you do? Call a helicopter for rescue? Harpoon the sharks to swim safely to land? Fly away on the back of a pterodactyl? Or create your own escape in Scribblenauts! Critics are suggesting that this new game developed by 5th Cell could be one of the greatest games ever released on Nintendo’s handheld, the DS. Claiming the titles of Best of Show, Best Handheld Game, and many others during the annual game conference, E3, Scribblenauts has caught the attention of many gamers. However, unlike the majority of highly praised games, Scribblenauts is a puzzle action game that requires gamers to challenge their imagination by solving puzzles in their own way, calling out almost any existing item to use!
    The goal of this game is to help Maxwell, the protagonist, collect Starites, a star-like object that triggers the completion of a level when touched. The game contains two game modes: puzzle and action. In puzzle mode, certain events, such as reuniting a family of penguins, activates the appearance of a Starite. In action mode, Starites need to be obtained physically after overcoming several obstacles. Players can use the in-game keyboard to type in whatever item they wish to create. Each level has multiple ways to reach the objective so the replay value is immense! A level could require the return of a stranded cat to its rightful owner. One may type in a magic carpet to physically retrieve the poor animal, but another possible way is to lure the cat down by summoning a rat. At the end of each level, players will receive “ollars” as a reward for finishing; calculated factors include time spent, items used, and style. Featuring over 200 levels of mind-boggling fun, Scribblenauts challenges its audience to conjure up creative approaches, especially since some levels offer more points for innovative thinking and extra credit for unusual items.
    You might be thinking, is it even humanly possible for the game to have every possible word? Well, ponder no more! During the past six months, members of 5th Cell have been gathering information from dictionaries and other databases including Wikipedia and compiling them into the game engine. With the help of artificial intelligence, every item in Scribblenauts is programmed to react a certain way when in contact with other objects. The database contains tens of thousands of possible words, excluding copyrighted terms and vulgar language, so the possibilities are endless! The variety of terms ranges from animals to weapons to famous people to regular household items. Even God (depicted as an old man with a white mustache) wielding a potato gun can be summoned to defeat the evil Cthulhu and hordes of zombies in outer space!
    So whether you decide to reunite a family of penguins with a grappling hook or clear a house full of ants with a bulldozer, boredom will never strike again. Scribblenauts hit the shelves of your local game shop on Sept. 15, so be sure to check out this multi-award winning game!

    nancyxiao

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    Re: Scribblenauts

    Post  nancyxiao on Sun Sep 20, 2009 6:34 pm

    Imagine yourself in a game stranded on an island surrounded by sharks. What do you do? Call a helicopter for rescue? Harpoon the sharks to swim safely to land? Fly away on the back of a pterodactyl? Or create your own escape in Scribblenauts! Critics are suggesting that this new game developed by 5th Cell could be one of the greatest games ever released on Nintendo’s handheld, the DS. Claiming the titles of Best of Show, Best Handheld Game, and many others during the annual game conference, E3, Scribblenauts has caught the attention of many gamers. However, unlike the majority of highly praised games, Scribblenauts is a puzzle action game that requires gamers to challenge their imagination by solving puzzles in their own way, calling out almost any existing item to use!
    The goal of this game is to help Maxwell, the protagonist, collect Starites, a star-like object that triggers the completion of a level when touched. The game contains two game modes: puzzle and action. In puzzle mode, certain events, such as reuniting a family of penguins, activates the appearance of a Starite. In action mode, Starites need to be obtained physically after overcoming several obstacles. Players can use the in-game keyboard to type in whatever item they wish to create. Each level has multiple ways to reach the objective so the replay value is immense! A level could require the return of a stranded cat to its rightful owner. One may type in a magic carpet to physically retrieve the poor animal, but another possible way is to lure the cat down by summoning a rat. At the end of each level, players will receive “ollars” as a reward for finishing; calculated factors include time spent, items used, and style. Featuring over 200 levels of mind-boggling fun, Scribblenauts challenges its audience to conjure up creative approaches, especially since some levels offer more points for innovative thinking and extra credit for unusual items.
    You might be thinking, is it even humanly possible for the game to have every possible word? Well, ponder no more! During the past six months, members of 5th Cell have been gathering information from dictionaries and other databases including Wikipedia and compiling them into the game engine. With the help of artificial intelligence, every item in Scribblenauts is programmed to react a certain way when in contact with other objects. The database contains tens of thousands of possible words, excluding copyrighted terms and vulgar language, so the possibilities are endless! The variety of terms ranges from animals to weapons to famous people to regular household items. Even God (depicted as an old man with a white mustache) wielding a potato gun can be summoned to defeat the evil Cthulhu and hordes of zombies in outer space!
    So whether you decide to reunite a family of penguins with a grappling hook or clear a house full of ants with a bulldozer, boredom will never strike again. Scribblenauts hit [hits] the shelves of your local game shop on Sept. 15, so be sure to check out this multi-award winning game!

    emilyyang

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    Re: Scribblenauts

    Post  emilyyang on Sun Sep 20, 2009 7:04 pm

    It should be "hit" though because September 15 already passed, right?

    theresalee

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    Re: Scribblenauts

    Post  theresalee on Mon Sep 21, 2009 1:38 pm

    Imagine yourself in a game stranded on an island surrounded by sharks. What do you do? Call a helicopter for rescue? Harpoon the sharks to swim safely to land? Fly away on the back of a pterodactyl? Or create your own escape in Scribblenauts! Critics are suggesting that this new game developed by 5th Cell could be one of the greatest games ever released on Nintendo’s handheld, the DS. Claiming the titles of Best of Show, Best Handheld Game, and many others during the annual game conference, E3, Scribblenauts has caught the attention of many gamers. However, unlike the majority of highly praised games, Scribblenauts is a puzzle action game that requires gamers to challenge their imagination by solving puzzles in their own way, calling out almost any existing item to use!
    The goal of this game is to help Maxwell, the protagonist, collect Starites, a star-like object that triggers the completion of a level when touched. The game contains two game modes: puzzle and action. In puzzle mode, certain events, such as reuniting a family of penguins, activates the appearance of a Starite. In action mode, Starites need to be obtained physically after overcoming several obstacles. Players can use the in-game keyboard to type in whatever item they wish to create. Each level has multiple ways to reach the objective so the replay value is immense! A level could require the return of a stranded cat to its rightful owner. One may type in a magic carpet to physically retrieve the poor animal, but another possible way is to lure the cat down by summoning a rat. At the end of each level, players will receive “ollars” as a reward for finishing; calculated factors include time spent, items used, and style. Featuring over 200 levels of mind-boggling fun, Scribblenauts challenges its audience to conjure up creative approaches, especially since some levels offer more points for innovative thinking and extra credit for unusual items.
    You might be thinking, is it even humanly possible for the game to have every possible word? Well, ponder no more! During the past six months, members of 5th Cell have been gathering information from dictionaries and other databases including Wikipedia and compiling them into the game engine. With the help of artificial intelligence, every item in Scribblenauts is programmed to react a certain way when in contact with other objects. The database contains tens of thousands of possible words, excluding copyrighted terms and vulgar language, so the possibilities are endless! The variety of terms ranges from animals to weapons to famous people to regular household items. Even God (depicted as an old man with a white mustache) wielding a potato gun can be summoned to defeat the evil Cthulhu and hordes of zombies in outer space!
    So whether you decide to transport a frozen Bigfoot with a UFO or clear a house full of ants with a bulldozer, boredom will never strike again. Scribblenauts hit the shelves of your local game shop on Sept. 15, so be sure to check out this multi-award winning game!

    nancyxiao

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    Re: Scribblenauts

    Post  nancyxiao on Mon Sep 21, 2009 10:48 pm

    oops, sorry! yeah, it was hit, i didn't notice that the date had already passed!

    theresalee

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    Re: Scribblenauts

    Post  theresalee on Tue Sep 22, 2009 10:13 am

    Imagine yourself in a game stranded on an island surrounded by sharks. What do you do? Call a helicopter for rescue? Harpoon the sharks to swim safely to land? Fly away on the back of a pterodactyl? Or create your own escape in Scribblenauts! Critics are suggesting that this new game developed by 5th Cell could be one of the greatest games ever released on Nintendo’s handheld, the DS. Claiming the titles of Best of Show, Best Handheld Game, and many others during the annual game conference, E3, Scribblenauts has caught the attention of many gamers. However, unlike the majority of highly praised games, Scribblenauts is a puzzle action game that requires gamers to challenge their imagination by solving puzzles in their own way, calling out almost any existing item to use!
    The goal of this game is to help Maxwell, the protagonist, collect Starites, a star-like object that triggers the completion of a level when touched. The game contains two game modes: puzzle and action. In puzzle mode, certain events, such as reuniting a family of penguins, activates the appearance of a Starite. In action mode, Starites need to be obtained after overcoming several obstacles. Players can use the in-game keyboard to type in whatever item they wish to create. Each level has multiple ways to reach the objective so the replay value is immense! A level could require the return of a stranded cat to its rightful owner. One may type in a magic carpet to physically retrieve the poor animal, but another possible way is to lure the cat down by summoning a rat. At the end of each level, players will receive “ollars” as a reward for finishing; calculated factors include time spent, items used, and style. Featuring over 200 levels of mind-boggling fun, Scribblenauts challenges its audience to conjure up creative approaches, especially since some levels offer more points for innovative thinking and extra credit for unusual items.
    You might be thinking, is it even humanly possible for the game to have every possible word? Well, ponder no more! During the past six months, members of 5th Cell have been gathering information from dictionaries and other databases including Wikipedia and compiling them into the game engine. With the help of artificial intelligence, every item in Scribblenauts is programmed to react a certain way when in contact with other objects. The database contains tens of thousands of possible words, excluding copyrighted terms and vulgar language, so the possibilities are endless! The variety of terms ranges from animals to weapons to famous people to regular household items. Even God (depicted as an old man with a white mustache) wielding a potato gun can be summoned to defeat the evil Cthulhu and hordes of zombies in outer space!
    So whether you decide to transport a frozen Bigfoot with a UFO or clear a house full of ants with a bulldozer, boredom will never strike again. Scribblenauts hit the shelves of your local game shop on Sept. 15, so be sure to check out this multi-award winning game!

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