Scribblenauts Remix reaches million paid iOS downloads

Puts out Valentine's-themed update to celebrate

Scribblenauts Remix reaches million paid iOS downloads

The 5TH Cell developed and Warner Bros. published Scribblenauts was massively successful on DS, and it seems that's carried through to the App Store.

It's just been announced that Scribblenauts Remix - another spin on the word-based puzzle game - has been downloaded over a million times.

And as it's never been available free (priced between $4.99 and 99c), that means one million sales.


So to celebrate Iron Galaxy, which did the iOS development work, has prepared a Valentine's Day-themed update.

We're told that the update will feature a Valentine's playground wherein players will be inspired to create objects such as a "loving, polka-dotted charonosaurus" or a "giant, pink, flying chocolate box."

The update will also gift players with an extra 20 levels to play through.

Warner Bros. has gone so far as to slap Maxwell, the affable hero of the game, onto a collection of t-shirts and merchandise. There's even a plush toy to keep your fuzzy Red Bird company.

[source: Premier PR]

Matt Sakuraoka-Gilman
Matt Sakuraoka-Gilman
When Matt was 7 years old he didn't write to Santa like the other little boys and girls. He wrote to Mario. When the rotund plumber replied, Matt's dedication to a life of gaming was established. Like an otaku David Carradine, he wandered the planet until becoming a writer at Pocket Gamer.