Summary: This is the sort of computer game I like. Not the same as the Bookworm version for the pc. It accepts most, but not some of English words. You can't alter the dictionary for the game but if you struggle it accepts most American variations to help you along
Summary: This game first appeared on the pc almost 9 years ago. Why it's taken so long to appear on the DS is beyond me, it seems so suited to the hand-held market. Bookworn DS is a puzzle game in the true sense of the word. Each level sees the player being presented with a grid of square tiles, each with a letter on them. The idea of the game is to create words by joining adjacent tiles. It's a format that is easy to comprehend and understand.
Summary: I do like Book Worm as it is challenging. I try to make longer words and this also helps me with my spelling of words. When I need to stop playing it saves the game for me so that is good. I have only played the classic so far and once I get better at this I will be able to move on to the action mode because I know I will have to spell faster. It is fun and enjoyable and I recommend it highly. Thank you.
Summary: Hello, I bought BookWorm On Nintendo Ds Game In Port Huron at A Store called GameStop Last Tuesday. This Game Was A Lot Of Fun. I thought this game had cool graphics, I finished all 18 levels this past Tuesday And My Grand Total Of Points when I finished the game my was 8,193,398 points. (I just believed in myself that I could finish the whole game & I did.) I think whoever likes puzzle games will enjoy this game, Just Like Me. I would recommend it.