This game only works on your computer. A visitor named Les has out-achieved the vast majority of Bookworm players. For the best results, please get the latest version of Google Chrome. Once the bookshelf is full, you'll level up automatically. See a screen image of his score below.
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After clicking the letters you want, submit the word to the scoreboard. As you form words and accumulate points, you'll notice the bookshelf above the bookworm starts to fill with books. Once the bookshelf is full, you'll level up automatically. There is no way to save your Bookworm game session. Unfortunately you just have to keep the Bookworm window open as long as you can. I wish the developer had included that feature. A visitor named Les has out-achieved the vast majority of Bookworm players.
To date, Les has reached a score of 50,, Yes, that's over 50 million points. Les was kind enough to share his thoughts about the game at higher levels. Following are some tips and observations he made:.
The increases per level are interesting to log, they go up quite predictably for a while, but then there's a bit of a blip, and you get very few, or a lot more than expected. There are a number of American words that we wouldn't use over here [UK], and some very old fashioned words that are mostly now out of use here.
Thanks so much for the guidance, Les, and for the screen image showing you at Level You are surely an inspiration for the rest of us. The dictionary in this free online Bookworm game is fairly extensive. It had no problem recognizing oddball words like gout, nix, and muddy, which is exactly what you'd want. There's nothing more frustrating when playing a word game than entering a word you know is a legitimate word, only to have the game reject it.
The only time that happened to me in this free online Bookworm game is when I tried to submit the word "que". The problem with that word wasn't that it was not in the dictionary. It was due to the fact that the qu sound in Bookworm is formed with only two tiles, not three. I suppose because "q" by itself isn't a very useful letter, the Bookworm word game developer decided to always pair it with the "u" letter.
In other words, it's the only tile that has two letters on it, like this: So, the minimum length of a word is three letters. The longer the word you make, the more points you receive for the word. It's tempting to always take the first three-letter word you see. But this Bookworm word game is not on a timer. There's no advantage to hurrying. Slow down, take your time, and you'll probably find longer, higher-value words.
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