The developers also demonstrated the keyboard and mouse controls on stage, showing how easy it was to create and share custom made objects.
Going into the game’s object editor, Jeremiah Slaczka, the creator of the game, designed a wacky looking dinosaur which he dubbed as the Hotdogatops.
The designing and editing during the creation process might seem hard on paper but in fact it looked very efficient on the PC version when compared to the Wii U and 3DS versions of the game. Clearly the mouse and keyboard have it’s advantages.
Moving on the developers also showcased an in-game event where raiders were invading a small settlement in the desert. Summoning soldiers to act as sentries, fortifying the town’s walls and placing snipers on top helped clear the event. 5th Cell promised more than 300 puzzles throughout the game.
Finally the game was also confirmed to have support for achievements
Originally released on the DS and iOS, Scribblenauts Unlimited is a very fun game to play. With the new support for Steam Workshop, it’s a given that original content will never run dry.
Currently the release date for the game has not been revealed.