Summary: We just got this game on Saturday. It is one addictive game. I have enjoyed this game with my children who are also quite addicted. My biggest complaint about this game is that when you are playing against the game (not a breathing opponent) it comes up with words that I've never heard of. We can't even find these words in the dictionary. Our family rule when it came to word games (like Scrabble) was if it isn't in the dictionary, it ain't a word.
Summary: This is a good game to keep your vocabulary up. You can have up to four people playing together at once and you each try to create as many words as possible within a time limit. It is good for those who like word games and for those who are more of a gamer it does offer you some fun tactics while you create words.
the game isn't real competitive when you are playing against it.
Cin D "Cin D", Amazon
10 October 2010
Summary: I admit - I am addicted. I have backtracked through the calendar to play the daily games because one day is never enough. For an adult, the battles and challenges are a bit disappointing because there may be a big word readily available and the game will spell a 3 letter word and be done with it. I have ordered some new Wii word games in hopes of more of a challenge since I play against the actual game.
Summary: The game is fun if you like the mahjong and games like that. Its kind of a cross between mahjong and and scrabble. the only part i didnt like about it was the controls are what i would consider backwards for the controler. It would be much easier if you could just point the little hand in from the wii control and pick your letters instead you use the directional arrows and the up and down seem to go sideways and the sideways parts of the plus make it go up and down.
Summary: This is a good game, it makes you think and is fun to play. It does have two funny quirks though. 1. So far for us, the computer players ("masters"), constantly use 3 letter words that we've never heard of! We've even looked em up our our dictionary (Websters collegiate) and cannot find them. and 2. When you select the battle quest mode you are supposed to click on the bronze "gong" at the gate.
Summary: This is a great game for anyone who enjoys Scrabble, Boggle etc. The setup is buggie e.g. backspacing to type in your name, choosing players, etc - you get used to it. In Battle Mode, if you don't have 4 people you're playing the computer (no option to rid yourself of it), who is always going to win, unless you're a complete wordsmith. So we just don't play that one. Once getting through and deciding which was good, which was meh, it's a great game.