Summary: Parents need to know that the downloadable DSi word game, BOOKWORM, does not offer a lot of variety of gameplay. There is one basic task throughout the entire game -- finding words on a board of tiles by connecting adjacent letters.
Excerpt: Welcome to the world's most superfluous game review. I say that primarily because I'm summarizing for prospective consumers a game experience that you can sample firsthand, for free, from Pop Cap's website, and secondarily because I love any chance to use the word "superfluous" in a sentence for an...
Conclusion: Bookworm is an addictive word game for your Nintendo DS. The game might have took some time to come out on the DS but the wait was well worth it. Both classic and action modes are a lot of fun on all occasions.
Excerpt: I suck at Scrabble. I love my word games, but for some reason I suck at Scrabble. Bookworm , for the uninitiated, is a simple concept: You're given a screen filled to the brim with letters, and you cobble words out of the madness, making sure all of the letters in the word are touching each other.
Pros: Still fun after all these years, Easy to pick up and enjoy, Multiplayer is a joke, Playable for, Nothing new about it... at all
Summary: Bookworm has been adapted for Nintendo DSiWare and Nintendo DS with an array of new features and modes that are exclusively available on the DS. It includes the complete Classic mode and has been specifically tuned for dual-screen, vertical use.
Conclusion: With this version of Bookworm, players whet their appetite for spelling fun in PopCap's hit word-puzzle game, an immersive title for word game aficionados of all ages and levels. Players link adjoining letter tiles to build words, complete each level and feed "Lex.