Warner Brothers has updated Scribblenauts Remix [99¢] once again, adding 30 new levels, some new playable characters, and a neat "World Pass" feature that, with a purchase, gives you all of the game's upcoming expansions and content free forever.

This World Pass concept is pretty common in the traditional gaming space, as various publishers and developers struggle to keep players tuned into additional content beyond the release of a title. One thing that Remix's pass does that these other passes don't is reward users who have already purchased DLC. If you've bought a DLC pack in Remix before, you're automatically enrolled in its World Pass program.

  • http://twitter.com/ZildjianKX Jeff

    Awesome that they grandfather you into a world pass :)  Any clue how much a world pass costs if you didn't buy content before?  I already bought DLC before so I have no way no way to check.

    • http://twitter.com/Rirath Rirath

      You can actually check using the iTunes store web page.  Looks like $0.99 right now.

      • ZildjianKX

        Thanks.  I also see "2 MYTHICAL @... $0.99" listed on the iTunes page.  Any idea what that is?  I can't seem to find a way to buy that in the app either.  I wonder if it is already included in the world pass?  I'm guessing mythical creatures.  I saw them in the avatar option in the game but couldn't select them.

  • http://twitter.com/TouchedWieners Tyler Piderit

    This is super awesome. Loved this game for DS and will be picking it up now for my phone :)

    • Kirkpad

      Don't, it's a lot better on DS.

      • http://twitter.com/Rirath Rirath

        Gotta disagree with you there.  I've played both and I enjoyed it on my iPad more.  Seriously, for the price, you have nothing to lose.

      • Jacob007

        I agree.

    • http://twitter.com/Rirath Rirath

      Enjoy.  It's universal and has at least 10 exclusive levels, not counting any DLC.  For $0.99, it's a steal.

  • GiHubb

    The thing I don't understand is why this game isn't offered internationally. I live in a country where English isn't the mother tongue however as my English is good enough, I would've liked to pick this one up. Sadly, I can't.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_5FLRQI2X2LU3IHMCG7HEAEFD5I Cat Astrophy

      You can't understand why it isn't offered just because YOU speak good enough English in a non-English native country?

      • http://entrepreneurialblog.com Niclas Johansson

        I'm sure GiHubb isn't the only person in the gamer demographic subset of his country's population who knows English at a good enough (probably near-native, at least in vocab and reading comprehension) level. Why the snarky tone, Cat? I was able to buy the game here in the Swedish appstore, and Sweden is very much a "non-English native country".

      • http://www.jshamblin.com J.Shamblin

        There's no reason to mock the guy. Show some courtesy. English is the second most spoken language in the world. There's no reason Scribblenauts shouldn't be available in other countries. It might even be a good study tool.

      • GiHubb

        A lot of people speak decent to high level English here. Not just ME. I don't see why not let the consumer decide if his English is high level enough. But I guess you are too thick to realize that with your condescending tone. I pity you.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_5FLRQI2X2LU3IHMCG7HEAEFD5I Cat Astrophy

        Because it costs money to license games in other regions and like any smart company, they're only going to release it in regions where they think there are enough people who might understand the language to want to play it.

      • GiHubb

        Working as a software developer and publisher in a company that develops for PCs, web and iOS,, it doesn't cost you anything to tick in the AppStore dev page a checkbox where you decide in which countries you want the game to appear in. So much for your ultra clever theory. I'll enjoy your pity though- even if you were right, a considerate explanation and a frank tone would have been nice, but I guess expecting you to behave like a civilized human being is too much.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_5FLRQI2X2LU3IHMCG7HEAEFD5I Cat Astrophy

        There are copyrighted things in Scribblenauts (not owned by the Scribblenauts team) that requires licensing in each region. Your hypocrisy (not to mention blasting dogmatic assertions while being completely soaked in ignorance) on being "considerate" proves you deserve no less than the tone you're getting now.

        If it was simple as you say then pretty much every game would be available on every app store.

      • oliath

        What is wrong with you? Did your parents not give you enough hugs or something? If you don't have something nice to say please feel free to not comment.

    • http://twitter.com/duppsko duppsko

      Yeah, same here. I live in Norway and have searched the Appstore 1000 times since US got this to se if it got an EU release without me knowing. I want this so much :-(

  • chimpman252

    It says they added 30 new levels but really they only added 10, it's 30 when you add in previous DLC's-just to clarify. I got really excited when it said 30 new levels but it only adds one new world :(

  • http://twitter.com/Rirath Rirath

    Reinstalled Scribblenauts on the new iPad and picked up the new world pass as soon as I got home from work.  After a few false starts, dictation works great with this.

    I think the important thing here is "upcoming expansions" - Hurray for more content!

  • jhon smith

    Firstly I want to thank author for updating the game. It's one of the best game. The new levels are also very awesome and I really enjoyed playing it. 
    :)

  • volkan

    Unfortunately this Game is still not available globally :(. I still cant buy this from turkey app store