Wordmaster is a small collection of word-based games, but overall it plays more like the old game of MasterMind than it does a word game. The main mode of play challenges you to guess a six-letter word. After submitting a guess, the game will tell you how many letters you guessed correctly and whether or not you put them into the right position in the word. Your goal is to guess the word before you run out of allowed guesses. You're given a clue for the word, but the clue is usually only a word or two itself and not usually any help (The Gamers Temple was once given the clue "baseball player" for the word "Carson"). Rather than trying to use the clue to guess the word you're better off starting off with the most common letters in the English language and then using that to zero in on the word. This can be fun for short games, something that's good in a portable game, but there are enough odd words and proper names that have a number of spelling variants to make things frustrating on occasion.