The DC Comics license is the perfect boost for this follow-up.
When Scribblenauts Unlimited came out last year, it reintroduced gamers to the magic of Maxwell and his powerful notepad, which he could use to conjure everything from a polka-dotted dinosaur to an orange chainsaw, all for the sake of solving ingenious puzzles. It left us wondering just what 5th Cell would do differently for the next game in the series – and now we know.
Scribblenauts Unmasked for the Nintendo 3DS (it's also out for Wii U) is a joint venture between the world of Scribblenauts and DC Comics, where Maxwell and his niece Lily help out such heroes as Superman, Batman and Green Lantern while rubbing elbows with villains like The Joker and Sinestro, among others.
In fact, part of Unmasked's dynamic potential is its limitless count of heroes and villains. 5th Cell has practically thrown in nearly the entire comic cavalcade into the game. Classic Gotham Batman? Yep. Wonder Twins? They're present. By using the Batcomputer, you can see just how many heroes and villains are at your disposal. It's a TON.