bookwormAfter straying on a link that I was searching a different topic for, I stumbled upon news that Bookworm is now available for the iTouch. Say what?! Whoa! I was pretty excited when I read the title of the link. I immediately browsed the link and read the article and eventually installed it in my iTouch. Why not. This is after all, one of my favorite games and Popcap finally gave fans of Bookworm a reason to enjoy their classic PC game in our iTouch. I will not talk about details how this is played and others since, basically, this game bears the same resemblance to the PC game although instead of mousing clicking the blocks of letters, you tap it instead. The graphics is the same and cute. I just love that adorable nerdy worm haha.

For those of you who have not tried out Bookworm and since there is no Lite version of it available in the App Store, you can try downloading a demo version of its PC game so you can find out what it is all about and how it is played. Hey, I guarantee you will enjoy this game pretty much. While there are other games like Bookworm out there, I am not saying they are bad, they are also good. But the aura and appeal of Bookworm for me, still lives even after it was ported to the iTouch and remains the king. Now, here is hoping Popcap will port Insaniquarium, 7 Seas and Mummy Maze.

wordsworthBookworm lovers, rejoice! There is finally a lookalike game for the iTouch in the name of Wordsworth. Although the visuals look different than that of Bookworm, its game play is mostly the same.

The tiles are displayed in a beehive like manner and you click on letters to form words in order to proceed to the next level. Play either in classic or timed mode.

If it is your first time to play Wordsworth, it is best to check out the help section to know what special tiles are part of the game and what they do. Compared to Bookworm’s flaming blocks, Wordsworth features tiles that contain a timer clock instead and you need to create a word that will include that tile or else …

Other special tiles include the blue tile which is considered a wildcard. Green and yellow tiles increase your score. You can tap the guy image on the lower left bottom of the iTouch screen if in case there will be no more words to be formed.

This games is one of the best there is and I am pretty happy that this game was created for the iTouch. Bookworm or not, Wordsworth is addicting as it is worth it.

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