Friday, December 4, 2009

Bookworm Adventures Review

During the holidays, I got plenty of time to be wasted by playing games and all.
It is quite lucky for me that I still have time for my blog.
Okay, for today's post, I'm gonna do a review about a game that I've played and still playing that is, Bookworm Adventures!

This game is not a new released game,
but still, it RAWKS.



Basically in the game, you play as Lex,
the bloody, weak, nerd ass worm with short life battling against enemies that mostly have higher life than him.
There are a total of 3 Books in the game.
which means, alot of wordbuilding.


The gameplay is easy. You do not need to call your mum to teach you how to play this.
All you need is to defeat your enemies by building up words with the given tiles.
Weird and long words gives more punch.


The longer the word, the better.



The better your words, the easier it is for the enemy to be vanquished.
The faster the enemy is vanquished, the better it is for the weak ass worm.



And yeah, if you use more tiles, it will eventually grant you with special tiles.
Special tiles give more kick.



Special tiles is really useful especially when battling against the boss as the boss, well you will know it if you play it.

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To simplify things up, this is a good game for those who love words and for those who wants to improve their usage of words.

By playing this game, you will found out that all of your reference books are a good resources of words.

Kids will also be able to use more words.
More words known, the lesser the problem.


Lets say in the case where you asked a kid who played Bookworm a question like
"What word starts with a 'F' and end in 'K' that means lot of heat and excitement?"

Instead of answering a short "F__K",
The kid would answer a longer "Firetruck"

That would be one less problem for parents.
So for those who never played it, why not give it a try?

3 comments:

  1. bookworm adventure?
    i guess i know this game.

    hmm..provided by acer right?

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