Words that ARE NOT in the game:
PERPETUALITY (not an object) INTERNET SANDBOARD DELTOID SHOVELWARE (on Nintendo? Are you mad? lol) ANTIMACASSAR MISANTHROPE PLUMBOB (not in dictionary) GLITCH ANTIDISESTABLISHMENTARIANISM (not an object) COULROPHOBE BOOBS (not an object) JEDI (trademarked) ONM (not in dictionary) MEANING OF LIFE (not an object) DS (trademarked) HAMMER OF THOR (not in dictionary) DANCING BANANA (not in dictionary) USB STICK RAPTOR JESUS (not in dictionary, potentially blasphemous) SHOOP DA WOOP (not in dictionary) JOYSTIQ ANNUAL LEG WOUND RUPEE RUDOLPH
Words that ARE in the game:
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Reggie Fils-Aime says:
“Until you have that software, it’s tough to understand,[The Wii Vitality Sensor]”
“If I told you that you would be standing on an oversized bathroom scale, and having fun doing it, you probably would have said, ‘Reggie, I don’t get it.’ And yet here we are with the balance board arguably as the third largest development platform across the globe.”
“Eventually, you will say “Wow, I get it.[The Wii Vitality Sensor]”
The whole point of this pulse-monitoring device, Reggie says, is finding a new audience, one “who hasn’t yet been compelled with the [...]
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The Game & Watch were handheld electronic games made by Nintendo and created by its game designer Gunpei Yokoi from 1980 to 1991. Most featured a single game that could be played on an LCD screen, in addition to a clock and an alarm.
Now a handful of these games are coming to the DSi.
Very rough Japanese to English:
In 1980 Nintendo Game & Watch series was released [...]
Scribblenauts Platform: Nintendo DS Rating: Everyone 10+ Content descriptors: Cartoon Violence, Comic Mischief
Rating summary: This is a puzzle game in which players navigate a series of traps, puzzles, and enemies to collect stars scattered throughout the colorful levels. Players have the ability to summon different objects by writing/typing in the word (e.g., bike, spaceship, lion) and watching it come to life. If multiple words are entered in a sequence, different whimsical scenarios can be triggered: a bicycle can be used to jump over a baby; a bulldozer can clear away a shark; and cabbage can be fed to dinosaurs. Players can elect to [...]