January 16, 2018 4:21 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Warner Bros. has finally, officially announced Scribblenauts Showdown for the Nintendo Switch and will be releasing on March 9th which is slated for Switch. It’s scheduled for March 9.

Highlights have been given for three of the game’s modes; Showdown, Versus and Sandbox mode. The overview for each can be found below:

In the game’s Showdown mode, up to four players face off and imagine their way to victory through card-based strategy and creative skill. “Wordy” mini-games require unleashing the best object or character from the vast Scribblenauts™ dictionary of over thirty thousand words to outsmart an opponent. Action-oriented “Speedy” mini-games reward the player who completes a given challenge first. A board game style map displays players’ progress. With multiple ways to make up ground, every player has a chance to win, which keeps the excitement going until the end!

In Versus mode, two players can go head-to-head in more than 25 mini-games that vary in every session. The mini-games can also be enjoyed by a single player. Versus mode allows continuous play of games by shuffling players into game after game for non-stop fun.

Sandbox mode, the Scribblenauts series’ cherished creative playground, allows one or two players to solve objectives in eight new levels by summoning any object they can imagine and earn hidden Starites and achievements. Players can also let their imaginations run wild by unleashing whatever objects they can think of and watching them interact in unexpected ways.

Players will also have the opporunity to design their own Scribblenaut character or choose one of the default characters. You will be able to further customize them with clothing and accessories by earning Starites and and completing objectives.

If you would like to see the announcement video, we have included that as well. check it out below.

Source: Warner Bros PR 

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This post was written by Mike Scorpio

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