Scribblenauts Unlimited is already available to PC users in North America and Australia but European users will have to wait until 2013 to get their hands on the imaginative and fun puzzle game. Scribblenauts Unlimited was initially launched on Nintendo 3DS and Wii U in North America and Australia where it enjoyed great success and has recently been launched on PC there too. Nintendo has however stated that European users will be able to play the game on February 8th, 2013 on 3DS, Wii U and PC.
Scribblenauts Unlimited is actually the fourth installment of the Scribblenauts puzzle series and adds more adventure to the game than previous versions. You play the role of Maxwell whose objective is to collect Starites which are “magical objects born out of the happiness of others”. The overall aim of the game is to collect enough Starites to banish an ancient curse. To do this, you need to be very imaginative and use Maxwell’s notebook to create just about anything you can think of whether it’s a flying chair, an umbrella, a boat etc.
The fun thing about Scribblenauts Unlimited is that you are only limited by your imagination in solving puzzles. Need to train a dog to do trick to complete a level? Just invent a stick and hey presto, you have a stick to train your dog with. Need a flying bike to get to your destination? No problem, just get out Maxwell’s notepad and invent one. Of course, not everything is possible and the game makes auto suggestions to the closest possible match to what you want but the range of available objects is huge.
If you’re in North America or Australia, download Scribblenauts Unlimited for yourself and let your imagination run wild. European users will just have to wait a little bit longer I’m afraid.