Summary: My Word Coach is very user friendly and fun! There are various exercises, as well as a way to look up definitions. The software is programmed to be encouraging rather than giving negative feedback about ones progress (like on a lot of other "brain training" games, I have tried).
Summary: I love learning about new words and jumped at the chance to play a fun game to match. What I liked -Good word selection -Most of the games were fun -Controls worked very well What I didn't like -I hated word/letter scramble. I don't find it useful to learn a word.
Summary: Positive points: My family members all think this game is fun. The game includes 16,000 words, including quite a bit of "SAT vocabulary" and the word difficulty level does progress nicely as you learn the words. The definitions, though simplified, are clear and accurate. Negative points: 1.
Summary: Have had it for a month now. Very satisfied. It allows you to build vocabulary with out unnecessory stress of learning. Haven't figured out a way to have two different profiles for myself and my daughter which is important because if I play while using her profile, it will bump up the level for her...
Summary: When I turned 49 this year, I realized this was my year for self improvement. I read more, exercised more, cut back eating a lot of red meat and started to do puzzle books to increase my memory. My Cousin Jeremy spent a few weeks with me. He had a Gameboy DS. I started playing and I was hooked.
Summary: I like this game and it is a lot of fun. I have been playing for a week now and I feel that I improved my vocabulary slightly. I wish that they had an option where they actually said the word, because some of the words in the game I just cant say, so it would be nice to hear it.