Scribblenauts Unmasked: A DC Comics Adventure (Wii U, 3DS, and PC) Box Art(http://www.scribblenauts.com/scribblenauts/unmasked)  Rated E 10+ by the ESRB.  You better have your imagination ready, because Scribblnauts is back in an all new adventure with Scribblenauts Unmasked: A DC comics Adventure.  Maxwell must use his magic notebook to help defeat some of the DC Universes most dangerous villains and ultimately save the day, which he can only do with your help.  Get ready to be immersed in not only the world of Scribblenauts but also the world of DC, with over 2000 characters from the most famous like batman to the obscure like Bat-Mouse.  This creative puzzle game is just waiting for you to jump in and get immersed in both worlds.

Scribblenauts Unmasked: A DC Comics Adventure (Wii U, 3DS, and PC) Box ArtScribblenauts Unmasked: A DC Comics Adventure (Wii U, 3DS, and PC) Logo(http://www.scribblenauts.com/scribblenauts/unmasked)  Rated E 10+ by the ESRB.   You better have your imagination ready, because Scribblnauts is back in an all new adventure with Scribblenauts Unmasked: A DC comics Adventure.  Maxwell must use his magic notebook to help defeat some of the DC Universes most dangerous villains and ultimately save the day, which he can only do with your help.  Get ready to be immersed in not only the world of Scribblenauts but also the world of DC, with over 2000 characters from the most famous like batman to the obscure like Bat-Mouse.  This creative puzzle game is just waiting for you to jump in and get immersed in both worlds. 



Graphics:
Scribblenauts Unmasked looks like all of the previous games in the series, but that does not mean that it should have looked different. It holds the classic charm the series is known for and looks equally good on all platforms.  The bright colors and the simple style of Scribblenauts makes it extremely user friendly. All the DC characters that were transitioned into the Scribblenauts’ art style look adorable and surprisingly fit the style well.  The use of adjectives is not only functional and it is fun. Say you like Aquaman, but always thought he should be pink. Well just use an adjective and make a powerful pink Aquaman.  You can make the heroes the way you like and that makes the game much more enjoyable to play and to watch.

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Sound:
The sound is just what you expect from the Scribblenauts series.  There is no voice acting in the game and the music is minimal.  These things are not necessary to making a fun puzzle game.  Sound is in no way the shining light of the Scribblenauts series, but it also does not detract from what makes Scribblenauts such a fun game.  Although the game doesn’t blow you away with blockbuster sounds and music, the intro song is still a lot of fun and gets you in the mood to play the game.

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Gameplay:
The gameplay is similar in almost every way to previous Scribblenaut games.  This makes the game familiar and easy to understand.  You still use the magic notebook to create almost anything you can think of, as well as us adjectives to make them just the way you want.  Your entire goal is to use the magic notebook to solve puzzles and win Starites.  Starites have always been the objective of the Scribblenauts games and this one is no different.  Although there are a lot of things that are similar there are also a few major things that are different.

One of the biggest differences is the addition of over 2000 DC heroes and villains.  Each of these DC icons have their own unique AI and move set. Any character that you can think of, as well as a bunch you can’t, is in the game.  If you don’t know who some of these characters are you can view a small synopsis of any of the 2000 plus characters.  This is in addition to all the famous DC locations.  You can travel to a bunch of DC locations like Oa, Gotham City, and Metropolis.  The levels are a new experience because each location is open world.  In each of the locations, there are quests you can get from random characters; also each level has a story mission that will reward you with Starites. 

The Wii U and PC version offer one experience that the 3DS does not and that is the Hero Creator.  The Hero Creator lets you create the hero or villain of your dreams.  This system lets you create the appearance, set properties for how they behave, and lets you add super powers.  You can share your character with your friends or the online community as well as download others you can use in your missions.  This is a great addition to Scribblenauts and makes the series a more connected experience.  There is also a sidekick mode, which lets your friends drop in with a Wii Remote and take control of anything in the game, which includes characters you created and all the heroes and villains of the DC Universe. 

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Longevity:
Puzzle games can either have a lot of replay value or be very limited.  Scribblenauts has landed in the good amount of replay camp.  With dynamically created puzzles, which are called Heroic Feats. There is always something to do in Scribblenauts Unmasked.  There is also something called Brawls, which are events where Maxwell can help out Super Heroes in their fight against Villains.  These Brawls become increasingly tough. After a while of this Brawls,  packs of Super Villains may attack you in what are called Retaliations.  The thing that produces the most replay value is the challenges that are created by Mr. Myxyzptlk. They are challenges that restrict what you can summon.  Overall, Scribblenauts Unmasked has a good amount of replay value and will be great for the whole family to play for a long time.

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Conclusion:
The Scribblenauts series made a wonderful choice by teaming up with DC to make Scribblenauts Unmasked.  If you are a fan of the Scribblenauts series, this is the best and most entertaining in the series.  The game has great replay value and with 2000 plus characters you will almost never use them all.  The freedom of the open world gameplay and the depth of characters make this an amazing experience.  This is a wonderful experience that the whole family can enjoy. If you are a fan of Scribblenauts or the DC Universe, then it is one you should not be missed.  

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