SCRIBBLENAUTS - Nintendo DS £17.19 at Argos online - One of the most anticipated games of the year!
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SCRIBBLENAUTS - Nintendo DS £17.19 at Argos online - One of the most anticipated games of the year!

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Found 11th Sep 2009
The 20% code on preorders is back. Use code GAME20 on the payment page to get this reduced by 20% to £17.19. Be Quick - Expires 15/9/09.

The next best price is £24.73 at The Hut.

The most innovative game of 2009 is ready to hit the Nintendo DS and you can be certain you've never played anything quite like this before. The idea is actually pretty simple: you control Maxwell who's trying to gather some typical video game collectables called Starites from a bunch of horizontally scrolling levels.

What's not so typical is the way he does it, by summoning almost any object you can imagine just by scribbling down its name. So, for example, if you think a ladder or a trampoline might help you out then just write their names on the touchscreen and they'll magically appear.

The game understands tens of thousands of different objects, from tanks to tornados and tumble driers to black holes. Many can be used together, with one memorable solution involving time travel, a dinosaur and robot zombies. This truly is a game that's only limited by your own imagination.

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I get frustrated with the ds not recognising my handwriting and i can see that as a drawback for this game but I might be wrong! I hope so as it looks like a great game. :thumbsup:

fern37;6271196

I get frustrated with the ds not recognising my handwriting and i can see … I get frustrated with the ds not recognising my handwriting and i can see that as a drawback for this game but I might be wrong! I hope so as it looks like a great game. :thumbsup:



It uses an on screen keyboard. Been playing it for a few hours today, and it is really good, welll worth £17

It recognized pretty much everything i entered so far: Nuke, sniper rifle, napalm, time bomb, virus, shark... and the list goes on. Pretty amazing game.

mailman;6271273

It uses an on screen keyboard. Been playing it for a few hours today, and … It uses an on screen keyboard. Been playing it for a few hours today, and it is really good, welll worth £17It recognized pretty much everything i entered so far: Nuke, sniper rifle, napalm, time bomb, virus, shark... and the list goes on. Pretty amazing game.



Thanks for clearing that up....will definitely have to put it on my xmas list :santa:

mailman;6271273

It uses an on screen keyboard. Been playing it for a few hours today, and … It uses an on screen keyboard. Been playing it for a few hours today, and it is really good, welll worth £17It recognized pretty much everything i entered so far: Nuke, sniper rifle, napalm, time bomb, virus, shark... and the list goes on. Pretty amazing game.



Hmm, I thought it wasn't out until October 9th, did you get a copy of the US version?

rr54;6271815

Hmm, I thought it wasn't out until October 9th, did you get a copy of the … Hmm, I thought it wasn't out until October 9th, did you get a copy of the US version?



kinda :oops:

Actually had this game preordered, but then they put the release date back a month in europe and i couldn't wait.

Let us know if its as good as you expected. I wonder if the new zelda game is out earlier in the US. I don't really want to wait for that.

I've heard the controls are awkward, still looks like a great game.
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