The iPhone 4S, with its (superior?) voice recognition software in the form of Siri was definitely bringing something different to the smartphone world, and we’re slowly beginning to see the various ways in which it can be used on the 4S. Voice controlled gaming has come to Apple’s latest flagship phone. Scribblenauts Remix, a game by Warner Bros is quite popular in the Apple store, but this time around they’ve got a new update to the game for iPhone 4S users. The new feature is called Scribblespeak and it operates just like Siri i.e. it uses voice recognition.

As reported by Cult of Mac, the aim of the game is to aid a boy named Maxwell in his mission to acquire Starite. Users can create different types of weird and funny objects and can utilize them to solve the various obstacles in the game. It’s a paid app and can be downloaded from the Apple store. Using the latest 1.2 version update of the game, users can speak to the game and instruct it to create the objects they have imagined. Here’s a video of the voice-based Scribblenauts Remix game for the iPhone 4S from its creators:


Well, that’s definitely an intelligent and fun way of using your phone’s features. Is there any other game or app where this voice controls could be particularly useful? Let us know in the comments section below.

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