If you’ve never played a Scribblenauts game, well, you really should. The basic conceit of Scribblenauts is that you can type in any noun you can think of, and most of the time it will appear in the game and, ideally, help you solve a puzzle. This can lead to a lot of intentional, and sometimes unintentional ridiculousness.
One of the series’ main drawbacks, aside from the fact the games are E-rated so you can’t solve everything with boobs and poop, is that copyrighted characters are off limit (for obvious reasons). Well that changes with Scribblenauts Unmasked: A DC Comics Adventures, which Scribblenauts developer 5th Cell promises will have every DC hero and villain ever. Everyone from Batman, to B’wana Beast to 130 different Green Lanterns. Want to try to solve every puzzle with the Silver Age Legion of Superheroes? Or Grant Morrison’s Seven Soldiers of Victory? Go for it, you nerd.
Hit the jump for a Scribblenauts Unmasked trailer…
By the way, you can also apply adjectives to everything you create in Scribblenauts, so if you want you can take a trip back to the swinging 60s with rainbow, zebra and baby Batman. Scribblenauts Unmasked hits the Wii U and 3DS this fall.