Technologizer’s Second Annual Game Awards

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The Les Paul Award for Innovation: Scribblenauts

By letting players create practically any object in the dictionary (not copyrighted or explicit) simply by typing that word into the Nintendo DS, Scribblenauts creates a brief feeling of childlike wonder. That’s why I picked the game for best of E3 earlier this year. Sadly, the game itself is flawed; you’ll inevitably rely on dull solutions instead of elaborate objects to solve puzzles, and controls are sloppy. But in that moment when it seems like anything is possible, Scribblenauts charted new territory.

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1 Comments For This Post

  1. Isabella Edwards Says:

    my favorite character on the Plants Vs. Zombies game is none other than the Michael Jackson zombie.:;*

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