On top of playing with Nintendo's characters, the Wii U also represented 5th Cell's first chance to work with a whole new set of hardware. It's an experience that came with a series of challenges and exciting opportunities.
"We've never worked on a launch title before, which adds its own set of new challenges," Aubert explained. "Also, the hardware was still in the middle of development while we were working on the game, so system updates and changes were frequent. However, Nintendo was great in helping us and giving us information we needed all the way through the development process. From a technical standpoint, the Wii U is a lot more powerful than a DS, which allowed us to do things in this Scribblenauts that we haven't been able to do in the past."
With the Wii U iteration of Scribblenauts Unlimited gaining the lion's share of the spotlight, it's easy to forget that the game is also
Nintendo's iconic characters will be in Scribblenauts Unlimited.