Scribblenauts Unmasked Announced for Nintendo Wii U, 3DS

Also coming to PC!

Scribblenauts and DC Comics fans rejoice, these two amazing worlds are finally coming together in the newly announced Scribblenauts Unmasked.

Once more taking control of series hero Maxwell, players will set out on an all-new adventure that will take them across the DC Universe, including Gotham City, Metropolis and more.

Armed with his trusty notebook, Maxwell will journey through exciting levels filled with puzzles, coming to the aid of characters such as Batman, Superman and more as you face off against DC’s deadliest villains.

In the interest of adding a wealth of replayability to Scribblenauts Unmasked, a new feature called ‘Hero Feats’ will introduce dynamic puzzles that continuously creates new and unique scenarios that change each time you play the game.

Be sure to check out the reveal trailer below!

If the idea of seeing your favourite DC characters realised in Scribblenauts Unmasked isn’t enough, then you’ll be sure to enjoy the new ‘Super Hero Creator’.

This new feature that allows you to unleash your creatively and make your own unique super heroes, which you can then share with your friends or download what others have created.

Scribblenauts Unmasked is being developed by 5th Cell, and will be available later this year for Nintendo Wii U and 3DS, as well as PC.


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  • Jayden Williams

    Woo! Can’t wait to create me a DoomsBat!

  • Marco Vera

    I seriously can’t wait for this. But should I get it for 3DS or Wii U? Do I want the HD game or the portable game it once was meant to be? Decisions ..

    • Jayden Williams

      Y Not both? 😀

      Personally, it’s the Wii U version for me. The thought of creating and sharing my own characters on Miiverse outweighs the ability to play on the go.

    • Tynan Muddle

      They didn’t really point out any differences of the two versions, apart from the Super Hero Creator on Wii U.

      The good thing about 3DS is the graphics are pretty high resolution anyway, so if the game is the same and you find yourself leaving the house a lot with your 3DS, it might be worthwhile going with that version?

      • Marco Vera

        You both bring up good points. I wish Miiverse was on 3DS though.

        Anyway, I might pick it up on Wii U and Just play Pokemon X and Y on 3DS. Plus, having my friends over and creating fun stuff and solving stuff together seems easier and more fun to do on the t.v. than on the tiny 3DS

        • Tynan Muddle

          Miiverse is coming to 3DS! Soon…

  • Ryan Lawrence

    Awesome! I hope it adds a LOT of features, though, as it may otherwise seem a bit same-y when compared to it’s predecessors.

    • Tynan Muddle

      The dynamically generated levels is a cool idea, if they pull it off! It does feel a little quick to release a new version, but I guess every developer has their “Call of Duty” that rakes in the cash every year.

      • Ryan Lawrence

        Haha, yeah. Except Nintendo, contrary to popular belief they don’t really oversaturate the Mario franchise. Sure, they make a lot of Mario games, but Nintendo only really makes one Mario game of a specific genre every generation (Mario Galaxy was a smash hit, so no wonder they made another).

        And I like Scribblenauts a lot, anyway. I’m just a little annoyed because I just bought unlimited the other day.