Written by pikaby
The promotion video for Scribblenauts in Japan is now out. So, how do you make a game based entirely off English letters work in Japanese? Instead of a keyboard like both English games, the Japanese version has a real notepad for you to scribble letters on. I don't believe it...this is more Scribblenauts than the original Scribblenauts!
You can write in hiragana, katakana or English letters like in the original game. Could be good for Japanese players trying to learn English, and maybe for the other way around too.
Instead of 5th Cell, the developer behind the Japanese version is Konami. Oddly enough, the 5th Cell logo is still on the back of Maxwell's notepad.