In Scribblenauts, the player uses the touch screen to help their character, Maxwell, acquire the starite in each level by solving a series of puzzles. The twist is, in order to solve the puzzle, the player uses the stylus and notepad to write down the word for any object that comes to mind in order to reach the goal. Every object behaves as it would in the real-world, and the player can combine countless objects together to create completely new behaviours. Every level has more than one written object to use as a solution, opening up the game to unlimited replay. Unlimited play: The most original and ambitious video game for years, where literally anything is possible - and all squeezed into one tiny Nintendo DS cartridge. Lexicon of fun: Type in anything you can think of (except trademarks) and it will instantly appear in the game, ready for you to use. Infinite variety: Materialise everything from vehicles and animals to weapons, household appliances, famous people and even Internet in-jokes. Level up: Experiment in 220 separate levels, split into puzzle and action style challenges. Beat a level with three different solutions and you can unlock it for freeplay fun. Award winner: Already the winner of multiple critical awards, including Best of Show at E3 2009 from websites Gamespot, Gamespy and IGN.