What do you get when you combine a couple of players bent on creating chaos in a game that allows all sorts of creative mayhem? Allot of crazy antics but zero plot or story. Just the way we like it!
Scribblenauts features the goal of freeing Maxwell’s sister whats-her-name from a stone curse by doing good deeds.
Sorry sis! You’re on your own today. We have trouble to cause.
Will’s first suggestion was that Bud (who was at the controls) make a flying squirrel with a chicken’s head. Ok, sure.
Bud then made it a killer flying squirrel with a chicken head that fired birdseed that exploded in a nuclear blast.
Meet the Flying ChickSquirrel!
Awesome, we know. It wouldn’t attack us (too nice, these Flying ChickSquirrels) so we pulled out a pistol and shot it, trying to make it angry enough to attack.
One shot, one kill. Nice, ChickSquirrels may be. Tough, not so much.
So that didn’t work. Another one was written into existence, though this one an Angry Flying ChickSquirrel.
That didn’t end well.
Will wanted to nuke the nearby farmer so Bud placed a nuclear warhead and set it off by hand. Like you do.
They stand back and await the fireworks.
The big boom goes off and while Maxwell survives, he’s now irradiated. Great! What’s the best thing to do when covered in life threatening radioactive particles?
Go to town and share it with everyone else! No one else was affected though so some help was called upon to increase the mayhem factor.
“Tanks” for nothing!
The clown bravely takes a shot to the face from the main cannon, and lives. So, on the toughness scale we have Flying ChickSquirrels<Maxwell<Clowns. Lesson: Don’t mess with clowns.
Unless, that is, you want a free Starite shard. We don’t know what we did to get it, but we’ll take it.
Failing to kill the clown prompted Bud to try making his tank an Atomic Tank to improve it’s potency. Maybe it would fire nukes!… Wait, why is the tank ticking?
Oh no, oh no… run!!
Ok that didn’t go as planned. On the plus side though, the clown is dead. So now it’s Flying ChickSquirrels< Maxwell< Clowns<Atomic Tanks. The hierarchy grows.
The guys opt to summon a Frisbee to play with, and hopefully stay out of trouble for a short.
Unfortunately Frisbee is a trademarked term and not in the game so they end up with a frigate instead.
One more try, and with a Flying ChickSquirrel summoned and Flying Disc (aka unlicensed Frisbee) in hand, it’s time to try and anger the ChickSquirrel by hitting it with the disc.
Dammit, we killed another ChickSquirrel. That makes it Flying ChickSquirrels<Flying Disc<Maxwell…. you get the picture.
We threw our flying disc (still a Frisbee if you ask us) at the girl to try and play, but only made her mad.
Wow. Take that hierarchy list we’ve been working on and put pissed-off little girls somewhere between Maxwell and clowns (and way above Flying ChickSquirrels).
And she keeps moving up in the ranks, randomly attacking tourists. And.. WAIT! The clown lives?! Damn, move him to the top of the list, ahead of Atomic Tanks. Ok girl and clown, both of you – in to the ring. No-hold-barred death match. My money’s on the clown – the little girl just endured a Frissssss… flying disc to the face. The clown survived a tank and an atomic blast.
Actually, let’s just summon a Giant Exploding Roach instead.
That was pointlessly fun.
After writing a T-Rex into existence Bud makes it a Dancing Purple dinosaur.
At that point, Will tells him he just made a Barney. Oh no. Oh no no no. This can’t stand.
A sword is brought to bear and the menace eliminated. That left the guys with an even more disturbing problem.
The dead dino left behind dancing purple steak. Read that again.
Check back on
Thursday to see what happens to Maxwell, the steak and this (formerly) quiet city.
Update: Minor complications mean that the update will come next week. Sorry for the confusion.