Summary: I did have this but I couldn't get past a certain level. So I gave it away to my niece who's a teenager loves a challenge. I loved the word searches-hangman-crosswords-solitaire-other word games. It starts off similar to Brain Games & Word Coach which lets you find a coach who helps you by checking in everyday. To keep you playing certain games to get you to the next levels.
Summary: this is not a game but almost like the brain age ones available.felt mislead by the package. asked at the store if this was games to play alone and seller was not sure. I want toplay a game not learn vocabulary.
Some fun, but not worth the price...much better word games out there!
Amazon Customer "venuswicked", Amazon
10 July 2009
Summary: The title is misleading, because even though I do like some of the mini-games, it's not at all what I expected. The mini-games are of the "brain training" variety, which I do enjoy. I am a word game nut, though; so brain-training word games are right up my alley. I rented it from Gamefly, which I would suggest rather than buying. It's mildly fun, but should be a $15 game, not almost $30. If the price went down, I would consider buying.
Summary: I am well past the age of needing vocabulary lessons and this game has no option to disable that part. I bought it for the crosswords and hangman games, but I find them to be tedious and difficult to reach. I usually read the reviews for any game I am considering purchasing, but apparently I failed to do that this time. If I had, I would have saved my money. [...