Test your general knowledge of English language in a breath-taking battle. Pick out the letters from the game board in the order they are used in the word. Use the ABC to create valid words and gain powerful magic to move on to the next level.
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:11
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Description: The words game starts from the creation of the alphabet. Ancient magicians were having fun with combining the mysterious 'abracadabra'. Then people have created computers, but the interest has not vanished, only reinforced. The worthy rival an artificial mind had appeared: it thinks quicker and remembers more. 'Fairy Words' is our chance to show machines what the creative people-the real wizards- are able to do. The purpose of the game is to fill in the cells with letters, giving the most possible amount of words. The longer the words are the more points you will get. The letters- bonuses would open the secrets and would accelerate passing the level. The Player now has earned the overall freedom. If the words were layed down in a straight path before, now it is possible to move in any, even the most unpredictable path. The main point is not to break up the word. The letters must touch. Besides, it is also possible to choose the type of the game. The larger field is available in the mode 'treasure' then in the 'puzzle' mode. Hence there is enough room for the maneuver. Dont be in a hurry in making the move- putting down the letter- you will still have got enou
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