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[Tier: Stars]DS Super Scribblenauts (USA) "playaround" in 1:01:52.63 by Chef Stef & Kiwisauce.
DeSmuME movie (.dsm) (date: 2013-07-22)
MKV file via BitTorrent (size: 193.84 MB, length: 1:11:24)
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Submission #4016 — Author's comments
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Rating: 8.1 (20.5 votes)
   
- Playaround
- Heavy glitch abuse
- Heavy luck manipulation
- Genre: Puzzle
Award - Funny TAS of 2013
Super Scribblenauts is the sequel to Scribblenauts, a puzzle game for the DS consisting of spawning any object from a database of thousands of possibilities (from "chair" to "God") to solve given situations. It is fundamentally the same game with two major novelties: the possibility to add adjectives (a color, a size, a state, etc.) to the objects we want to summon and the possibility to use the D-Pad to control Maxwell, the protagonist of both games, in addition to the touch screen, the only possible input method in the first installment.

This TAS completes the 10 main worlds of Super Scribblenauts. Speed is not the main goal; instead, the levels are completed in funny or unusual ways.

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