I like the app. I like that it doesn't self-destruct when the burning tile hits the bottom. I don't like that there are often floods of the same letters all at once, like vowels and vees. The ads are annoying & embarrassing, esp. the ones with the cheating spouse and the jilted wife & baby. They appear too frequently and repetitively. I wish I knew what red, blue, orange tiles meant. I'm glad I am able to mute the music now. My 12 year old likes the game, too, but the ads are inappropria
5 people found this review helpful
This is the closest that I have seen to a port of PopCap Games’ Bookworm to date. I do not know if there is a word length limit. I attempted to build a 12-letter word, but did not quite get there. Building long words is challenging. I managed to build one of my favorite place names (which the game promptly did not accept very many letters of and did not accept in its entirety, which is 10 letters). But, my favorite name and both its plural and possible adjectival form are accepted.
32 people found this review helpful
Hi Caleb Stevens. Thanks for the feedback. We didn't indicate the word length limit on the game, but we decided to add it on the next release. The word length is limited to 15-letter word. Update: word length limit increased from 15 to 27.
- Flag inappropriate
- Show review history
This is just a no-challenge version of Bookworm with the "burning" letters removed—so the game never ends. What's the point? Spelling practice? (Yawn!) On the plus side, this developer didn't understand how to code the burning letters in his regular version. (Unlike the original game, he has burning letters drop onto the board at random, until you get one that's unplayable; and they drop each time you play a word, instead of at a steady pace, so you can't catch up to them—very frustrating.)
13 people found this review helpful