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Scribblenauts Unlimited is slated for release this November on PC and 3DS, but if you decide to go with the Wii U version of the game, you’ll have access to some familiar helpers from the Nintendo universe.

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment today announced that Scribblenauts Unlimited for the Wii U will be getting a heaping helping of Mario and Legend of Zelda content to make Maxwell’s adventures all the more exciting.

Like in the previous Scribblenauts outings, Unlimited will allow players to explore a massive open 2D platforming world. Along the way, you’ll help Maxwell solve puzzles and best some baddies by creating any object you can imagine simply by writing it out on the screen. Need to put out a fire? Write the words “water hose” and douse it yourself. Or maybe a “fireman” can lend a hand. Or even “rain.” The object of the game is to be as creative as possible in order to overcome the dozens of challenges in a world where your imagination is literally the only limitation.

But if you pick up the Wii U version of Unlimited, then Mario, Link and all of their friends will be available to lend a hand. According to Warner Bros., players will be able to summon dozens of characters and items from these Nintendo universes, and all will behave “in the fun and fantastical ways they do in their respective game worlds.”

Maybe a “fire flower” or the “master sword” will help you overcome an obstacle? Could “Luigi” lend a hand? Once Scribblenauts Unlimited releases for the Wii U next month, you’ll be able to find out for yourself simply by writing them into your adventure.
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