We're all pretty aware by now about how adjectives is opening up the opportunity to spawn tons of items in Super Scribblenauts. You'll need everything you can think of as the game's puzzles can be solved in multiple ways.
One set of puzzles requires that you give a desired object to an NPC. To make things challenging, the game keeps track of what you've created so you don't repeatedly keep using the same stuff:
Another set of puzzles is similar to the above, only you're working around a theme. In this case, you need to start a city with the sort of buildings and places you'd expect to see:
Finally, there's hands-on challenges where you simply need to do whatever it takes to get to your goal. Here, Maxwell seeks out gold with a shovel, pickaxe, and a pan; other people might use a jackhammer and suck out water from the lake with a vacuum if they're creatively inclined:
Super Scribblenauts ships October 12 for the Nintendo DS. Pre-orders come with a nice pair of headphones to wear while you scribble around.