Scribblenauts Unlimited walkthrough: Tomb of Onomatopoeia and Abjad Dunes

Tomb of Onomatopoeia

Boom! Crash! Bang! Zing! Hiss! You get the idea.

Task
Who gives the task?
Solution
Reward
Help me decipher these hieroglyphics!
Archaeologist on the first floor
He needs to go back to school. Start him off with a 'textbook'.
Starite Shard
The frogs are endless! Find a way to appease the Frog God!
Large Frog Suit on the first floor
Frogs love themselves a good 'fly' (even though the suit won't eat this one).
Starite Shard
I can almost read these hieroglyphics! Can you show me what they mean?
Tiberius on the first floor
The hieroglyphics refer to a 'snail'. Do it up.
Starite Shard; unlocks Tiberius
This trap is dangerous! Put something sticky in there before I lose an arm!
Cat Burglar on the second floor
'Gum' is sticky, right?
Starite Shard
Grave robbers have stolen our furniture! Can you give us something in the same condition as what we have?
Mummies on the second floor
They want new furniture, but it has to be old - and 'sandy'.
Starite Shard
If I'm unable to correctly predict the future, Pharoah will have me buried alive!
Caliph, on the top floor
Throw the poor guy a 'crystal ball' to help him out.
Starite Shard
I need to get home! Help me contact the mother ship!
Alien, outside the pyramid to the left
A 'phone' worked fine for ET...
Starite Shard
The Making of a Mummy
Sarcophagus on the third floor
Put the following things into the, uh, Sarcophatron: a 'king', 'toilet paper' and 'formaldehyde'.
Starite

Abjad Ruins

Did you think the pyramid was your best taste of ancient desert culture? Just wait until you enter the Abjad Ruins, a den of thieves and historians with an equal desire to plunder what lays within. And, naturally, they all need your help.

Task
Who gives the task?
Solution
Reward
I need to help my kingdom with this shape changing potion, but I need three more venomous ingredients!
Vizier by the entrance
Three 'venomous' objects will satisfy the Vizier.
Starite Shard
Achilles seems to be catching up to the tortoise, but he can't catch him! If only I could measure this race...
Philosopher by the entrance
'Rulers' are great for measuring stuff!
Starite Shard
I can't carve a monument to the Pharoah with just my bare hands!
Stonemason by the rock
He could if he was 'powerful'.
Starite Shard
... I need to find a sand worm... they're attracted to sound...
Mime
Give the Mime 'drums' to attract that worm.
Starite Shard
My statue is a big lifeless. Won't you help?
Sculptor on the right side of the stage
Apply 'alive' to the statue.
Starite Shard
Help me summon a plague to scare off this graverobber!
Cleric on the far right
'Locusts' were pretty big back in the old days, weren't they?
Starite Shard
Help me solve this riddle, "What goes on four legs in the morning, two at mid-day, and three in the evening?"
Chase, on the right building
A classic riddle. The answer is a 'man'.
Starite Shard; unlocks Chase
My weather changing device broke! Help me impress the meteorologist by creating some unlikely weather!
Weatherman on the left building
Don't often see a 'blizzard in the desert, do ya?
Starite Shard
Desert Raiders
Woman by the camel
Fend off the bandits with the following phrases. First, bring in a 'soldier'. Second, build a 'wall'. Third, bring in a 'warrior teacher'. Fourth, create a 'spy'. And, fifth, give Maxwell a mighty weapon of your choosing.
Starite

Are we out of the sands and back to someplace less gritty? Almost! Next time we'll head to Camelcase Oasis, an altogether more pleasant locale, and then do a complete 180 and jump right into the Vowelcano. What fun!

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teefakhalil 3 years ago

Thanx a lot u always help me with this beautiful game

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