Reviews and Problems with Margot's Word Brain
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Fun and entertaining
Randee "Randee", Amazon
2 weeks ago
Summary: This contains entertaining, user friendly word games. The directions for the games are clear and simple to understand. I like this game a lot, because it does not depend on handwriting recognition. This is a lot of fun, especially at the discount price. As another reviewer noted, if you enjoy Perquaky or Boggle, you will enjoy this game.
Summary: This game gives you a series of word puzzles to figure out . I bought this because I am a fan of scrabble but this game can't compete. It's fine for an occasional game but simply misses the boat when it comes to playing for fun.
Summary: i absolutely love this game. it's so much fun. my only problem is when i answer a question wrong, i tend to lose my temper and get real angry. anyways, great game. very satisfied with purchase.
Summary: Margot's Word Brain I am 73 years old and addicted to many puzzle, word, and other brain-development games, so much so that I often ask my daughter to hide my Nintendo DS for a few days so I can get something else done. Margot's Word Brain was a total disappointment and waste of time -- by far the worst game in my collection. The games are not challenging or interesting, and you cannot build on your accomplishment to measure improvement.
Summary: I love this game! I got it for Christmas. I loved the dice game, Perquacky, but nobody in my family would play it with me. This is pretty much the same thing, except you get 1 1/2 minutes instead of 3 minutes when you play the Word Mine game. With Word Mine, you get six scrambled letters and have 90 seconds to form as many words as you can. I only play Word Mine and occasionally Word Link.