|The concept of Bookworm is
simple. One needs to make words by linking adjacent letter tiles. The
more complex the word and more difficult the letter, (z, x, q, like
Scrabble), the higher the score. Short, or low scoring words, cause
fires to start with letters at the top of the PC screen, the library
wall. If a word is not formed from the burning tile letters before they
reach the bottom, then the game explodes - kaput! The higher your score,
the more burning tiles appear. Thus the level of difficulty increases.
Also, the longer one plays a particular game, thus using up a variety of
tiles, it becomes more difficult to find either vowels or consonants.
Scoring then becomes even more difficult.
Computer / by Activision /
Windows XP / DVD /
ASIN: B0007UQ0O8 / Less than $20.00 / Ages 6+
Lex the BookWorm feeds on
words. Feed him by linking letters to form words and he'll feed you big
points! Lex is a hungry guy, though, feed him to many short words and
he'll send down burning letters that could set the entire library on
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