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03/09/2009 Artistic Mousey Gamer Review
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Bookworm Adventures PC

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Here's what I drew with my mouse after playing Bookworm Adventures. I hope you like my video game reviews that are not hand drawn - but written one mouse stroke at a time.

Bookworm Adventures was a very pleasant surprise. Like Math Blaster or Mario Teaches Typing before it, Bookworm Adventures uses one genre to support and emphasize the learning aspect of the game. In this case we see a combination of Fantasy RPG and Boggle. The result is a very powerful learning tool.

Unfortunately, I'm already an adept wordsmith, so the strategic aspect of the game was lost on me. Using health potions and gaining new abilities after leveling up are just two of my favorite things to do in video games, but this is more of a training wheels version... which will be perfect for turning my children into gamer addicts like me.

Written by Noah Rodenbeek

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