It's coming this fall to the PC, Wii U, and 3DS, and it's going to let you draw in just about any DC Comics character you can think of.
Probably even this guy.
I would have gone with Vibe instead as the weird example, but whatever. We're getting a new "Scribblenauts" game and it's going to feature the heroes and villains of the DC Universe helping Maxwell solve occasionally bizarre challenges. The announcement name-checks Batman, Superman, the Justice League, Lex Luthor, and Sinestro as characters that will pop up in the game as well as Metropolis, Gotham, and Atlantis as locations where the DC villains will plot and scheme (and Maxwell will have to try and stop them).
Besides the usual "Scribblenauts" usual, "Unmasked" will feature dynamically-generated puzzles called "Heroic Challenges," while the Wii U and PC versions will include a Super Hero Creator where you can give your own custom characters traits of existing DC heroes and villains and share them or use them to solve puzzles.
The release of "Unmasked" was kind of a no-brainer for publisher Warner Brothers Interactive Entertainment which is the parent company to DC Comics and developer 5Th Cell. At this point, the only questions is why it took so long for this game to exist.
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