|ON: Content is age-appropriate for kids this age.|
|PAUSE: Know your child; some content|
may not be right for some kids.
|OFF: Not age-appropriate for kids this age.|
|NOT FOR KIDS: Not appropriate for kids any age.|
Parents need to know that the action in Super Scribblenauts is almost entirely under your child's control. Exactly how violent the game gets depends on the kind of words they type in. While weapons or monsters are unavoidable in some puzzles, there's still a big difference between choosing to arm a character with a slingshot or a submachine gun. Violent possibilities aside, though, parents would be very hard to find a more creative game for their children. And it's worth noting that this sequel is more focused on brainy, thinking puzzles than action; while there are some standard video-game-like action levels, there are not the main focus.
Kids can learn to think logically and let their imaginations run wild as they solve puzzles by writing new objects into a scene. Any word they spell is transformed into a digital creation and then incorporated within the game world. Each puzzle requires kids to complete a task and dream up their own solutions. It's a mix of logic, spelling, and creativity. Kids earn bonuses for using new words, which encourages using fresh vocabulary. They can even design their own puzzles to share with others. Kids are in charge of their own learning in this compelling environment for language play and media creation.
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