Scribblenauts 2 confirmed for released in late 2010

Write anything and solve anything all over again

Nintendo has unveiled a sequel to its 2009 sleeper hit Scribblenauts, set to be on the shelves this November.

The original Nintendo DS title gave players the ability to negotiate levels and achieve objectives by drawing tools and objects with the DS stylus.

The sequel will allegedly feature improved controls, allowing players to use the D-pad to move the games' hero, Maxwell, along with smoother stylus controls.

There are 120 levels and 10,000 new adjectives — which can be strung together to modify base nouns. An improved level editor is also in store for players, as well as an updated hint system for those of you who get stuck.

The 5th Cell brainchild is likely to set you back around $49.99 when it hits our shores later this year.

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