Very educational and creative. Players need to type in an object for it to appear. Anything appropriate that is not copyrighted or a proper noun is possible. I thoroughly enjoy giving kids candy or 'sweet' foods so that they become 'cavitied' and then a dentist, surgeon, doctor, doc, nurse, etc. can cure them. A chubby, fat, or obese animal/person is automatically changed to slim when a dietitian is placed near them. Too much pizza makes them chubby again. Also, I love painting things (and people) with colored paint, crayons, pencils, etc. My all-time favorite Super Scribblenauts adjective is the secret one, which in itself is a merit, and being a secret I'll only give you gamers a hint: It lies within the name, and no, it's not a real word. As far as violence goes, bombs can damage anything that isn't either invincible or indestructible, while the word boss comes up as a mob boss. Try employer if you want a buisiness owner!!! They're terribly afraid of employment offices, though. Some things are a little spooky (like monsters, bogeymen, vampires, etc) and death-ensuring items like tsunamis, floods, nothing, black holes, and nukes destroy everything on the screen- INCLUDING YOU! Notice: if you put a bomber next to a nuke, trash it quick if you don't want to start from your last saved point. Great game- you need to have a violent mind for a violent outcome, sex, racism and drugs don't register (as the game reminds you during the tutorial) so unless your kid knows how to spell it, he/she can't use it. (It = multi-tool) I love this game!!!!