Scribblenauts goes voice-activated on the iPhone 4S.
Remember, swear words don’t work, so don’t even try. But for everyone else you can now call out the objects you want to drop into the game using the new “Siri Speak” feature as part of a free update if you have Apple’s newest handheld. Everyone is is plum out of luck, though.
Here are the full details from the press release:
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment announces Scribble Speak, a new voice recognition feature for its top-ranked Scribblenauts Remix App further expanding the groundbreaking Scribblenauts franchise’s innovative game play. Now available exclusively for iPhone 4S, the voice option lets players say the objects that they want to create and have appear in the game.
In Scribblenauts Remix, created by 5TH Cell and developed by Iron Galaxy, gamers write any word, modify it with adjectives and bring that object to life to solve puzzles. To use the Scribble Speak voice feature, players simply tap on the keyboard microphone icon to create objects through speech. The text field populates with what the player said. Players can let their imaginations run wild by solving challenges with objects they’ve created such as a “robotic, plaid llama” or a “gigantic, candy-coated triceratops.”
For consumers that have already purchased Scribblenauts Remix, the new feature is available for iPhone 4S with the latest update which also includes a new holiday themed playground with music and iPhone/iPod 180-degree rotation.
Scribblenauts Remix is available now in the iTunes store.