Scribblenauts dev unveils new shooter

Hybrid coming to XBLA next year.

5th Cell, the studio which brought us the Scribblenauts series, is hard at work on a brand new game.

Titled Hybrid, it's a third-person shooter set in a post-apocalyptic landscape. Despite this, 5th Cell is promising "a completely new gameplay experience never seen before in the genre".

A new site is up over at Whatishybrid.com, complete with teaser trailers and storyline snippets. It seems there are two sides at war, the Paladins or the Variants, and not all the characters in the game are human.

Hybrid is in development for Xbox Live Arcade and slated for a release next year. It looks like quite a departure from the likes of Super Scribblenauts, which has only just hit the shops. Read our review to find out what it's all about.

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