Scribblenauts Question

#1Kieff_KalinaPosted 1/10/2013 10:09:05 PM
Hello 3DS board!

I recently played Scribblenauts Unlimited on my friend's PC and loved it so I bought the iPad version of Scribblenauts Remixed and was a little disappointed at the level select mechanic of it.

My wife, however, loves Remixed and has been playing it a lot recently. She normally doesn't enjoy games at all, but she is really into this one.

Since she has almost beaten it, I have considered buying her one of the DS or 3DS versions, and wanted to know:

-Which is best?
-Which is longest?
-Does Remixed use a ton of previously used levels?
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#2Kieff_Kalina(Topic Creator)Posted 1/11/2013 9:11:45 AM
Bump for morning crowd! :)
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#3AllaudeenPosted 1/11/2013 8:44:27 PM
DS was like level select while ...
the 3ds is a port of the PC version with the object editor emitted
... ... as far as I remember it,
#4Spidey98Posted 1/11/2013 8:48:04 PM
DS: Levels with a playground thing but no free roam. Its like remix but more levels.

3DS: No levels but you get to solve puzzles and earn starites within the world. Theres is free roam, and you can add adjectives to yourself.

3ds is obviously the better choice.
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#5so64Posted 1/11/2013 8:58:53 PM
Spidey98 posted...
DS: Levels with a playground thing but no free roam. Its like remix but more levels.

3DS: No levels but you get to solve puzzles and earn starites within the world. Theres is free roam, and you can add adjectives to yourself.

3ds is obviously the better choice.


Basically this. 3DS version is what you would find on the PC, except with item editor/creator removed.
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#6summer_warriorPosted 1/11/2013 9:03:05 PM
Get the 3DS version, but the PC and Wii U versions are better.