Scribblenauts Remix

Scribblenauts Remix

By Warner Bros.

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2011-10-12
  • Current Version: 7.3
  • Adult Rating: 9+
  • File Size: 201.51 MB
  • Developer: Warner Bros.
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 6.0
Score: 4.5
From 87,145 Ratings


►►Scribblenauts Remix now has over 5 million players! Get it now!.◄◄ ►►If you purchased the World Pass or Avatars and can't find them after the update, just use the “Restore DLC” button in Options to get them back - you will NOT be charged for them again! ◄◄ THINK IT! CREATE IT! SOLVE IT! The award-winning, best-selling video game is now available for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Help Maxwell acquire the Starite by creating any object, bringing it to life and using it to solve each challenge. Let your imagination run wild in this groundbreaking puzzle game. Summon to life a ‘colossal, winged car’ or a ‘shy, frost-breathing, robotic hippopotamus’! If you can think it, you can create it. It’s the perfect game for the casual player looking for fun and extensive replay with unlimited solutions and different outcomes. Or, the Scribblenauts fan wanting the complete Maxwell experience. Whether you’re 8 or 80, the only limit is your imagination! ============================================================================ And, the critics love it! > “Editors’ Choice Award” – > “A work of utter genius.” – Touch Arcade > “A brilliant game.” – > “Fits splendidly into the iOS catalog.” – The Daily > “4/4 Stars. A highly recommended puzzle game for all ages.” – USA Today ============================================================================ FEATURES: CLASSIC GAMEPLAY 50 levels to play! Includes 40 of the most popular levels from Scribblenauts and Super Scribblenauts plus 10 original levels exclusive to Remix. WORLD PASS Purchase a World Pass and receive all current and future world expansions - 90 extra levels and counting! If you previously purchased a world expansion, you’re automatically upgraded to a World Pass and all future worlds will now automatically appear in your game for free. PLAYABLE AVATARS Re-live Scribblenauts by playing as a different character from in the game. Try out the feature with the free Lifeguard and God avatars! SCRIBBLE PICS Post images of your playground creations and puzzle solutions to Facebook and Twitter and share them with your friends! SCRIBBLE SPEAK – EXCLUSIVELY FOR SIRI ENABLED DEVICES Use the keyboard microphone icon to create objects using only your voice! UNLIMITED FUN Enter the Playground to create objects to your heart’s content, playing and interacting in a true sandbox! GOLD CROWNING LEVELS Engage in endless replayability (and earn a Gold Crown for your troubles!) by solving a puzzle multiple times using different words. PLAY ON MULTIPLE DEVICES Use iCloud to seamlessly switch between the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch without ever having to restart your game. INNOVATIVE USER INTERFACE Use the “shake to undo” function to remove created objects simply by shaking your Apple device. CREATE AND SHARE Use Game Center to check out the leaderboard to see how your score ranks and to compare game achievements with friends. You can also post game statistics to your Facebook and Twitter profiles. GIFT THE APP Give the gift of Maxwell to your friends and family! Create what you want and see what happens! Hang out with Maxwell! > VISIT Maxwell:: > LIKE Maxwell:: > FOLLOW Maxwell: Requirements for Scribblenauts: - iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5 - iPod touch 3rd generation (32GB and 64GB models only), - iPod touch 4th generation - All iPads



  • Good game, but it starts to get bland...

    By Spirit_Draws
    Over time, after you complete all the levels and replay them, the game gets boring. I played on the empty maps for awhile after completing all the missions, but then it just felt empty after a long time of playing. Besides the game getting boring overtime, this game is mostly worth the money and it’s fun if you want to get creative. Though, if anything, I highly recommend the sequel over this game.
  • Cooooooooolpoop

    By green arrowhhhhhh
    It is cool poop!
  • Bad financials

    By SJ Bobkins
    A month ago I had to take an unplanned trip to Florida. Spirit and Southwest Airlines seemed to have the most reasonable fares. SW allowed me to take a bag or two they had to be under 50 pounds. I could get a decent seat boarding in the B group without paying more as well as all the Diet Coke onboard. Spirit had a low price but charged for non middle-row seats and seats with a couple more inches of leg room, every Diet Coke or Pepsi, each bag even carry-ons. It was a very late pm fought with a long layover. Adding up all the optional, but not really, costs, Spirit only saved you a little but the hassles were terrible and in the end people said this phrase often: I will never fly Spirit again. The developer of this game could charge more, maybe a $2.99 target price, include the full game and have happy customers, or piss off 90% of the buyers, by charging for all the "options" which aren't really optional. He or she choose to be Spirit, not Southwest, the buyer reviews are almost all negative I bought the game because it was highly recommended, then I found that to really enjoy the game I had to keep feeding the developer. I'm sure he could make twice the money but increasing the purchase price to $2.99, including everything, but he got greedy and shortsighted. Oh well
  • Good but...

    By Bad update😤
    Good and fun game but, I would really love if you could be able to restart game progress.
  • Eeeeehhh...

    By Freethought Farm
    I LOVE the Scribblenauts engine and the fact that you can create anything you want whenever you want. But I feel like Remix is sorta lacking in the freedom to do whatever you want, unlike Unlimited or Unmasked. It seems like the most linear Scribblenauts game I've played, and I'm guessing most of you don't doubt it. So that's why it has 3/5 stars.
  • Crash

    By Yugioh beast 27
    This game crashed on my 3rd time playing. Very disappointed 🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬.
  • The first preview video

    By Rich joe bob168
    Giant p... 😂😂😂😂
  • Great game but...

    By Sgleich
    Ive had this game before and it was fun... Until i beat all the levels, i think they should add a free roam feature to let people do little tasks that are all different to help keep the game fun also adding a place to customize Maxwell wouldn't hurt
  • I love it but... Umm what’s up?

    By Egg lover Forever
    PLEASE LISTEN TO ME AND READ PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE!!!!! I love this game so much. Are used to play on my DS, and it was the funnest game I had. I could explore a lot of worlds, I had a lot of characters, and I could save my world. Here’s the problem, even though this is the same game- scribblenauts remix- it’s missing a whole lot. There are so little worlds, and we can’t save them. Here’s the other thing, I loved the time machine. The time machine on my DS give us so much power. It was really cool. When we activated the Time Machine, it would pull up little buttons and show if we wanted to go to The time of the dinosaurs, mid evil time, caverns, etc. It was so much Fun to travel through the times. Everywhere you went there was something interesting to do. There was nothing to achieve, it was just like another world with things are set up. There was one in Egypt and it had lots of fruit trees and pyramids, the dinosaur one had a little dinosaur egg you could take, and there’s a whole bunch of fancy stuff. These time machines we have in an iPhone, the smarter machine, just resets our world. Here’s what I want — Monster maker machines, where we can put in a whole bunch of stuff, and it makes it into a monster or human. depending on what we put in. — A time machine with times we can actually travel to, more than three — MORE WORLDS, like a castle, or a modern-day house. The ones on my DS such as the house had more than one level, each with furniture and everything — set up more similar to the DS version —MORE CHARACTERS
  • Really not that great

    By Gravyfamily
    The game is ok. It would be fun if it required more creativity and thinking, but every level is essentially the same, even if you buy more levels. Also, the game starts pushing an agenda in the first level pack when it has an evolution level.