Search matrix of letters for words within timeframe (or no limit). Points awarded for each word found based on length, plus bonus points for 'QU' words or color tiles. Multi-player mode allows for up to 9 online and split/speed scoring rounds.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Unix
Description: Put your English vocabulary to the test with this word search game by NORWARE! Search random matrix of letters for words within given timeframe. Points are awarded for each word found based on length, plus bonus points for QU words or optional color tile scoring rules. Single-player mode allows you to find as many words as possible towards your personal highscore, or multi-player mode allows for up to 9 online players to pit their vocabulary skills against each other in an interactive game with optional split scoring or speed scoring rounds. Game options include time limit (0-5 minutes), rounds per game (1-9), sound (on/off), colorized/jumble letter tiles (yes/no) and whether to validate words against built-in (customizable) lexicon with over 250,000 American/English and Alternate British words. Also includes word definition lookup feature using your favorite dictionary resource (customizable)! The free, no expire, trial version allows you to play as many rounds as you'd like! However, each round is limited to 30 seconds. Registering allows for rounds from 1 - 5 minutes or even unlimited time, and entitles you to upgrades (up to version 2.0)!
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