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*5th Cell produced [[Scribblenauts]] after it came to [[Jeremiah Slaczka]] in a dream. According to an interview with gaming magizine ''Nintendo Power,'' Jeremiah imagined a game in which the player types a sentence and it comes to life. This idea was too complex, though, so he reformed it into the Scribblenauts engine.
 
*5th Cell produced [[Scribblenauts]] after it came to [[Jeremiah Slaczka]] in a dream. According to an interview with gaming magizine ''Nintendo Power,'' Jeremiah imagined a game in which the player types a sentence and it comes to life. This idea was too complex, though, so he reformed it into the Scribblenauts engine.
 
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Revision as of 00:17, 2 September 2012

5th Cell
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Type

Object

Behavior

none

Synonyms

none

Available in

Scribblenauts, Super Scribblenauts

Fifth Cell is an item that you can type in. The item is 4 white hexagons and 1 red one. This item is pretty much useless. It is the logo of the company who developed the game. In Super Scribblenauts, it has strings so it stays afloat in the sky. It is the sign for the Fifth Cell Studios.

Trivia

  • 5th Cell is also the creator of Drawn to Life (DS) and Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter (Wii,DS).
  • 5th Cell produced Scribblenauts after it came to Jeremiah Slaczka in a dream. According to an interview with gaming magizine Nintendo Power, Jeremiah imagined a game in which the player types a sentence and it comes to life. This idea was too complex, though, so he reformed it into the Scribblenauts engine.
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