IMG Reviews Boggle
8:27 AM | Marcus Albers | 5 comments
Inside Mac Games has posted a rather exhaustive review of the classic Hasbro word-search game Boggle from iWin. Play alone or against an opponent to find as many words from the random set of letters as you can in three minutes. Warning: Page 3 of the article contains language that may not be suitable for all readers. Please use your discretion.
Here's an excerpt from the review:
One variant from real-life Boggle is that you can't waste time entering invalid words. In the 'real' game, you check whether words are valid (if you're not sure) after the game is over; on the computer, they're disallowed if they're invalid when you try to enter them. That's actually quite a significant difference, and something that I feel the game ought to cater for, at least as a user preference. The point is that if you're not sure whether an obscure word is valid or not, in the 'real' game you'd write it down and hope for the best, perhaps wasting a bit of time. In the computer version you get instant feedback to tell you it isn't valid, which may have a subtle effect on the way you play.Follow the link below to read the full review.
IMG Review: Boggle
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