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.
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...
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.
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.
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.
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...