Friday, August 21, 2009

Lots of pictures and videos courtesy of @krystman


Like yesterday, @krystman was kind enough to bring a camera on his journey in Scribblenauts, and he has chosen to share the pictures and videos he was able to capture. Let's have a look...



So first up we have the infamous steakbaby in video form. This one is "done correctly", as opposed to the version Joystiq did which involved rope and a baby. As mentioned by the previewer, though, the ESRB simply added an unnesecary step. The lion would eat the baby even without the steak. Thus, it seems the ESRB is twisted simply for the sake of being twisted.




Now we have something even MORE crazy and twisted. Vegetarians like meat! This seems to have been overlooked by the members of 5TH Cell, or, alternatively, every piece of meat is the "fake" variety. Tofuburgers and soysteak?


Now onto the pictures.


Someone suggested a fruit and a juicer to see if you could combine the two. Unfortunately there doesn't seem to be any way to do so that we know of. I do wonder if perhaps there's an option he missed? Like perhaps holding the fruit first then interacting with the blender?


Here someone wanted death in a bikini. Death was apparently having none of that, so Maxwell donned the red bathing suit. Sexy ;)


Black hole.


Like the above picture, someone wanted to combine poprocks and coke. It unfortunately did not work.


Longcat, his rival Tacgnol, and Ceiling Cat. Surprisingly, the 3 cats don't fight


A shillelagh (Irish: sail éille, a cudgel with a strap), commonly pronounced /ʃɪˈleɪli/ "shi-LAY-lee" or "shi-LAY-la", IPA: [ɕaˈleːlə]) is a wooden walking stick and club or cudgel, typically made from a stout knotty stick with a large knob at the top, that is associated with Ireland and Irish folklore Alright, thanks Wikipedia.


Bwahaha! An ornithopter, and apparently it works!


An aurora, just like we've seen before. It's a background prop.


Lich, also like we've seen before. Pretty cool looking.


"Space" and, like aurora and others, it's considered a background prop

An Entomologist.


If you're thinking to yourself, "Man, that sure looks like a wombat", then you, sir, are correct!


Now, if you're thinking to yourself, "Man, that looks like Indiana Jones", then you, sir, are ALMOST correct! That's what comes up for Archeologist. A nice throwback to Dr. Jones.


This is a disco. When you interact with it one of these people pops out and starts dancing. This is true to life as well, btw.


Someone wanted a bundt pan, but the game only recognized "pan".

Some people tried to suggest words like "Love". He instead gave them "Cupid"


This is wind, which is basically a few clouds that disappear after a bit.


"Mountain". I wonder if that's a background item or if you can climb it.


A pretty neat way to represent "Hole". It's a cross section, and I assume you can put it in the ground like oasis or ocean.


This comes up when you try a supernova. It's just a star. Kinda lame, eh?


Swine flu, believe it or not. I do think the game ignores "Swine" and simply gives us a droplet of flu, though.


Jupiter. We've seen from other videos this is used as a background prop. Thus the size, hehe.


Some various organs...namely, a liver, heart, and lungs. Apparently "dung" works as well, though it gives us fertilizer.

Phew, alright, that about wraps it up. Yet again a huge thank to you @krystman for grabbing all of this footage for us!

3 comments:

  1. Your're welcome. Thanks for posting!

    The juice maker thing was weird. I was surprised that it didn't work. I might have missed some detail but I'm pretty sure I tried picking up the fruit and interacting with the juicer. That option didn't even come up. :(

    I think the Swine Flu was recognized as such because I wrote it in one word "Swineflu". But yeah, it is no different than regular "flu".

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  2. Yay!!!!! I've wanted to see the word 'hole' forever. Thanks to whoever suggested it and to krystman.

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  3. I suggest that perhaps the vegetarian+meat thing is only partially a bug. Notice that the food is always given directly to the man, rather than dropped in front of him. Perhaps people eat any food they hold, but vegetarians won't PICK UP meat products.

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