Furgal and his three sisters were born in Dedbone's Hole, a terrible greyhound prison owned by a very wealthy, very cruel man. Furgal's mother is Dedbone's champion racer, but his father is a stray mongrel off the streets. Furgal is not pure greyhound, so in Dedbone's eyes he doesn't deserve to live. Furgal and his sisters are caged up and taken away to die. But Furgal escapes thanks to wit and good fortune, and now longs to find his mother again so he can liberate all the greyhounds at Dedbone's Hole - and find out who is father is. We follow him as he journeys through different places, meeting dogs with their own incredible stories in a book that makes you laugh and cry and tugs at… Read more
Storyline: As is the general plot with many Zelda games, Skyward Sword follows Link on his quest to rescue Zelda (and inevitably, the world) from her capture. In this particular release, Link and the other people of his town reside on the floating isle of Skyloft - the existence of which is briefly mentioned in Twilight Princess in case you're interested - where great birds called Loftwings are essential to their survival. After she is taken, Link travels "the surface" in search of Zelda as well as maybe preventing the world from being engulfed in evil at the same time. I can say little more about the storyline without giving anything away, except that it is a very good plot line,… Read more
I've never played the first Scribblenauts, so I can't compare the two, but I can certainly give you an idea of how great this one is.
Unlike most games, Scribblenauts doesn't follow an actual storyline, well, not really, instead you are given little missions to complete, some of which can be completed in more ways then one. Put off? Don't be. You face these mission with the most ferocious weapon of them all . . . your pencil and notepad! You play a character called Maxwell in this game who has the power to create anything with his paper and pen. And I really mean anything. By tapping the pencil and pad icon in the corner of the screen you bring up the "writing screen"… Read more