Helfen Sie Lex, sich in einem Buchstabierspektakel von epischem Ausmaß durch Bücher zu kämpfen! Bezwingen Sie Ihre Widersacher, lassen Sie jeden Feind alt aussehen und nehmen Sie es mit über 150 Gegnern auf. Verbessern Sie Ihre Wortgewalt mit fantastischen Edelsteinen, Tränken und Schätzen.
Nutzerreviews: Sehr positiv (77 Reviews) - 97% der 77 Nutzerreviews für dieses Spiel sind positiv.
Veröffentlichung: 14. Dez. 2006

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Helfen Sie Lex, sich in einem Buchstabierspektakel von epischem Ausmaß durch Bücher zu kämpfen! Bezwingen Sie Ihre Widersacher, lassen Sie jeden Feind alt aussehen und nehmen Sie es mit über 150 Gegnern auf. Verbessern Sie Ihre Wortgewalt mit fantastischen Edelsteinen, Tränken und Schätzen. Dank seiner spannenden Minispiele und den genialen Bonus-Modi ist dieses Spiel der ultimative Vokabeltest von literarischem Höchstwert!

  • Drei Geschichtsbücher, die von 150 individuell animierten Gegnern bevölkert sind!
  • Verbessern Sie Ihre Wortgewalt mit fantastischen Edelsteinen, Tränken und Schätzen!
  • Drei ekstatische Minispiele: Word Master, Letter Rip und Link - Spell!
  • Spezieller zeitbasierter Arena-Modus für superschnelle Buchstabierer!
  • Umwerfende Hochglanz-Grafik und erstaunliche Spezialeffekte!
  • Überwältigende Soundeffekte und Musikuntermalung!
  • Buchstabieren Sie, brillieren Sie und sichern Sie sich Ihren Platz in der Ruhmeshalle!


    Mindestvoraussetzungen: Windows 98/ME/2000/XP, 128 MB RAM, 500 MHz oder schneller, DirectX: 7.0

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2 von 3 Personen (67%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
8.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 30. Dezember 2015
A spelling game that doesn't feel like english class, but instead an adventure that felt right at home in my childhood years.
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4 von 8 Personen (50%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
23.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 12. Oktober 2015
A classic game from the Popcap golden years. It's a very simple game, so I will only really have two things to say about it:


The word-puzzle gameplay is very fun. Adventures is a lot different from the original bookworm where you could only link letts that were horizontally, vertically, or diagonally adjacent. Adventures gives you a smaller pool of letters in a Boggle-like square, but whenever you click on a letter to use it, it is removed from the board and "placed on the table". You can use any letters that were directly horizontal, vertical, or diagonal to that letter, yes, but you can also use any letter with an exposed side (i.e. from having an adjacent letter removed). This small tweak gives you A LOT more flexibility, and can sometimes allow you to create colossal words as big as "acquiescence" if you are super skilled and observant.

The RPG elements add some fun flavor to the word game, but they are extremely light. You get to unlock potions and various equips for Bookworm to help him go head to head with monsters in his lexicographical battles.


While the attack, defense, potions, equips, status effects, etc of an RPG game make a mostly welcome appearance in bookworm adventures, there is one place where the RPG mechanics really break the entire experience, and that is simply the XP system. In a normal RPG, if you came up against an enemy that was too strong for you, you could avoid it or run away from it and practice on weaker enemies until you were ready.

Well, bookworm doesn't let you control your pace. Instead, it pushes you forward, forward, forward to the next strongest monster, and the next, and the next. There is no way for you to stop and grind some extra XP. You just have to keep on going. This ultimately results in you getting pushed into monsters that are OBVIOUSLY way too strong for you and there is zero chance of you defeating it. Or even if you somehow pull off a miracle victory, the very next monster will be EVEN STRONGER, and so there really is nothing you can do.

What this means is that you will reach a point where the game essentially forces you to die so that an NPC named Moxie will come along and help you by offering you mini-games to play to earn heal and buff potions. So grinding to get more XP and become stronger in Bookworm Adventures amounts to killing 2 or 3 monsters, then letting the 4th one kill you on purpose to summon Moxie, earn some bonus potions, then repeat that death cycle 3 or 4 more times. You absolutely cannot grind extra XP to become stronger without intentionally committing suicide. (This becomes more and more the case as you get further into the game.) My suspicion is that it was done this way to force player to use Moxie, but it's hard to tell. At any rate, it is not ideal at all.

I recommend playing it for the word game and MOST of the RPG elements.

However, I don't recommend it because having death forced upon you (note: not just very difficult, but literally you must die to progress) and then being treated like "looks like you need some help there" does not a good RPG make. It adds an element of patronizing futility to the game that just does not feel good. It's too bad that such a small thing increasingly weighs down an otherwise excellent word game.
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56 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
3.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 30. November 2014
I killed Medusa with the word 'poop'.

10/10 would kill legendary monsters with really immature words again.
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22 von 23 Personen (96%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
36.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 31. Dezember 2013
Normally, games built around a single mechanic aren't very good. Generally the designers run out of fresh ways to abuse the concept about an hour into the game, and as a gamer we're left with 10 more hours of rehash, possibly with a timer thrown in for artificial difficult.

Bookworm Adventures, on the other hand, is amazing. It helps, certainly, that the central mechanic (boggle) is so much fun, but Popcap managed to stretch it in ways that would make 10 tons of silly putty jealous. By occasionally adding simple embellishments, the designers open up tremendous new gameplay opportunities. The main quest can take about 20 hours, but the gameplay always seems fresh.

It helps too that doing well in this game makes you feel smart. This is a challenging game, especially later on, and it forces you to dig deeper and deeper into your vocabulary well. Despite the challenge, however, the game rather cleverly helps you when you're struggling. For every enemy you defeat, you gain experience and levels, which grant stat boosts. You keep these levels even when you die. If you're in a particularly tough spot, if you persevere, you'll eventually get through thanks to better levels and your own improvement.

Finally, this is a charming, funny game. The premise is completely ridiculous, but Popcap decided to play it straight and it works really well. Now, due to industry regulations, I am required to end this review of Bookworm Adventures with the following phrase: Sometimes the pen really is mightier than the sword.
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22 von 23 Personen (96%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
14 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
9.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 16. Juli 2011
You haven't lived until you've killed a manticore with the word constipation.
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