I can think of a few reasons why us folks in Europe would envy our American cousins: they have a better selection of content on Netflix, their car chases are quite a bit more exciting, and they can just about pull off wearing a stetson. Just about. Thankfully, that list is now missing one vital component, as Scribblenauts Unlimited has finally been allowed to exist in Europe. The game suddenly appeared on Steam (opens in new tab) yesterday, after a miserable three-month delay (opens in new tab) .
If you're not sure what they're all about, the Scribblenauts games revolve around a kid named Maxwell and his magical notebook, which brings whatever he writes in it to life. The third game, Unlimited, features a more open world, while this Steam version excitingly comes with Steam Workshop (opens in new tab) support as well. There are already a rather staggering 12,000 pieces of content on there, including this handsome Nyan Launcher (opens in new tab) .
Scribblenauts Unlimited will set you back £22.99.