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In Scribblenauts, what techniques can I use get across long gaps such as pits or lava? I can't seem to get any bridges that are long enough to solve some levels.

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Pole vault? (Disclaimer: I haven't played this game!) –  YellowMegaMan Mar 21 '11 at 0:03
    
Time machines and dinosaurs solve every problem in Scribblenauts. neogaf.com/forum/showpost.php?p=16184727 –  Steve V. Mar 21 '11 at 4:00

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How about flight? The following items will give Maxwell the ability to fly:

  • Wings
  • Jetpack
  • Magic Carpet
  • Flying Broom
  • Backpack Helicopter
  • Winged Shoes
  • NeoGAF

Disclaimer: I've not played the game, but flying sounds like a winning formula for gaps

Source: Scribblenauts Wiki

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In the first Scibblenauts, some of these only give you limited flight time; you're often better off with a flying mount like a pegasus or pterodactyl (or helicopter or UFO but that stuff is big). In Super Scribblenauts I think all flight is unlimited, though. –  Shinrai Mar 21 '11 at 14:44

You might try some flight items, like Wings, Jetpack, Winged Shoes or a flying mount such as Pegasus, or a Pterodactyl.

You could also try attaching a number of balloons or kites to Maxwell, and then just jumping over the gap; you will be able to jump much farther with enough of either attached.

Alternatively, you can also create a bunch of building materials and attach them together with glue or tape; Flagpoles work quite well for this.

There's also an item I THINK called plains which is basically just low, long grassy hill, that will just stretch across gaps that everything else won't quite reach. You could try that as well.

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In addition to the various flight techniques (Wings, Jetpack, etc.), the longest bridge I've been able to create in Scribblenauts is by using "Drawbridge".

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