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.
If you like being challenged by words this is a game for you!
Heather Martin, Amazon
25 January 2010
Summary: This game not only keeps your interest it does nott repeat itself over and over again. Expansive vocabulary. Great game for adults and kids. Not little kids though. But like middle school age. I rate this 5 stars with a must buy.
Summary: Was in touch with seller, they apologized, the game was apparently sold at a garage sale, and they cheerfully refunded my money, if you find another copy of this game, I still would like to have. it.