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Submitted by Cyrus365 2034d ago | review

The Portable Gamer: BookWorm iPhone Review

The Portable Gamer writes: "I have fond memories of me and a friend playing Bookworm on his laptop during our University lectures. It was one of those games that although hardly revolutionary or unique, it was still compelling and a great distraction from our dull Games AI lectures. I suppose we could have also argued that technically it was research considering it was a Games Design course we were studying, but luckily no one ever noticed that instead of typing notes, we were trying to make the longest word possible in Bookworm! Anyway, I digress." (Mobile)
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