Compete with friends and family in the first ever multiplayer Bookworm
Spell words to build your 18-room library and unlock 20 themed book collections
Track your progress with in-depth stats and charts, and watch your wordy wonders make Lex's brain bigger with the “Lex-Ray”
Flex your lexicon in three game modes – Classic, Action and Multiplayer
Bookworm is rated
4.5 out of
Rated 5 out of
Pat in Rainier from
Love this game, but..I have spent hours playing this game. LOVED it, but my version was not compatible with the newer operating systems. I would love it if Popcap Games would come out with a version that does work with Windows 10 and at a normal pace. I really miss it.
Date published: 2020-02-10
Rated 4 out of
Highly addictiveI first played this on the computer, so I had a clue. However, on the DS, once I get going, I'll look up and a lot more time has passed than I'd expected. Some minor annoyances, like too many letter "U"s may get thrown out all together, but if I read the instructions, it might help!
Date published: 2011-05-02
Rated 5 out of
For the Word Puzzle EnthusiastCute and fun, easy to learn and play. Probably not for brainiacs but if you just want a fun word game to play and relax with, this is it. I've played similar word games and was happy that it followed the same format. I think the rating should probably be Everyone 10+ because you definitely need to know how to read to play it. After a bit, you need to ignore the music, but that's not that difficult to do. I just started playing it so I really don't know how challenging it gets in the upper levels but I was happy with the what I saw to this point. I was looking for a fun word game, somewhat challenging, engaging and relaxing and I found it all in BookWorm. I thought it was worth the money and a nice addition to my game collection. Pop Can hasn't disappointed me yet.
Date published: 2010-02-19
Rated 2 out of
bookwormi don't recommend this game for kids that are leaning how to read and write,it is mostly for 4th greater and up.I bought this game for my son that is in first grade but it didn't work for him,the game is about speed not much about learning,i return this game after a week of buying it,i can't have a game that my son would not enjoy or learn something from it,but i do recommenden for kids that are able to read and write, because it works as a dicctionary ,since the game is all about speed you are force to write words that you may not know the meaning, of it and the game would tell you the meaning of it,but that is only after you build a dictionary and that only takes two or three games, so if you are seven and up buy it! you would definely enjoy it