June 11, 2009 6:00 AM | Eric Caoili
Shown off at E3 and considered by many as the highlight of the show, 5th Cell's Scribblenauts captivated gamers with its promise of puzzles solvable with almost any non-proper noun players can imagine and conjure (so long as it's not vulgar or alcohol/sex-related). Zombies, time machines, keyboard cats, gods carrying shotguns while riding a skateboard -- nearly anything goes.
Another part of the DS game's charm is its playful art style, affirmed by Nintendo Power's spectacular two-page spread in its latest issue, showing dozens of the animals, objects, and people you can summon (only a fraction of the Scribblenauts's tens of thousands of nouns).
Someone loved the image so much that he cut out its text and rearranged portions of the pages to create a desktop wallpaper, posting several versions online for everyone to enjoy. I love the classic monster figures, especially the adorable green one at the bottom.