Summary: I tried the game and after several weeks of interaction I've decided that this is definitely a game for kids. Way too much slang, definitions are off on too many of the words, most of the words are not applicable in the U.S. and those that are one would have already learn them in grade school. The pace is also very slow. Once you have reached your peak in the game it basically stops you from going any further.
Summary: Okay, I thought that MyWord Coach would be a good way to learn some new words... it wasn't, at least for me. (Although I do read a lot.) Here are my complaints- 1. The game seems to have been prepared for the British market; there are quite a few British words in here that aren't really used in American English. For example, I have had "flypast" instead of "flyby", etc. There are more, but I can't think of them off the top of my head. 2.
Summary: Thankfully I tried this game first. I bought it for my 6 year old to improve spelling skills in a playfull way. After all the box says 3+. Well the first game asked for missing letters in words like unloved und capital. Really? For 3 year olds? Returned immediately.
Summary: I have most of the brain games on the ds and this one by far is the most boring game of its kind. It isn't challenging for the average adult and I tired of it very quickly. Luckily I traded it for a better game so all not lost.