Writing Games Billings MT

Local resource for writing games in Billings, MT. Includes detailed information on local businesses that give access to writing games, educational games, crossword puzzle books, as well as information on soccer balls, and content on games.

Explorations of Montana Incorporated
(406) 245-5774
114 N 29th St
Billings, MT
Extreme Hobbies
(406) 259-8505
1515 14th St W
Billings, MT
Summit Gaming
(406) 652-2840
2501 Overland Ave
Billings, MT
Jim's Junction
(406) 259-5354
811 16th St W Ste B
Billings, MT
Toys R US
(406) 652-8697
640 S 24th St W
Billings, MT
On A Smaller Scale
(406) 259-0692
805 16th St W
Billings, MT
Build A Buddy
(406) 591-5219
902 Central Ave
Billings, MT
Gamers Edge
(406) 656-9292
2340 Grand Ave
Billings, MT
Central Hobbys
(406) 259-9004
1401 Central Ave
Billings, MT
Splash Page
(406) 652-9444
2545 Central Ave Ste C
Billings, MT

How To Spell "Win": Preview of Scribblenauts

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Scribblenauts CoverHave you been playing your DS like I asked you? For shame. You’re officially running out of reasons not to pick up the touch-screen wonder as Scribblenauts is coming out in the middle of September.

Scribblenauts is one of the most promising game concepts I’ve seen. You are tasked with helping Maxwell, the protagonist, find Starites, little…well stars. The game is divided into action stages where the Starites are clearly visible and just involve grabbing them in any way possible, and puzzle stages where you have to figure out how to make the Starite appear.

The method of gameplay revolves around typing in any proper noun you can think of to make said item appear. The game has roughly 10,000 words programmed into it, so you have quite a few options to choose from.

Cruise your way to victory young Maxwell.

Cruise your way to victory young Maxwell.

Does that not sound appealing yet? Think of a noun? Bam, probably in the game. Cactus? Bet it’s in the game. Canoe? In there. Turtle Shell? Rutabaga? Sasquatch? I’m willing to bet they’re all there and that you’ll be able to find at least one situation where you could make use of them.

Here’s a concept: Say you need to get across a cliff. How do you do that? You could type in “Helicopter” and fly across. You could type in “Rope” and swing across. Or you could type in all sorts of things and attempt to fill the gap with whales and dinosaurs and jet skis and then just walk across.

Just a few words options to choose from.


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