Some people like science, some people like words. Find out if Genius Games found a way to combine them in our review of Nerd Words Science.
Category - Word Games
Word games deal, unsurprisingly, with words, using the players’ language abilities as the basis for play. This can come in many forms, but the two most common types involve either word formation (using randomized sets of letters to form words) or word guessing (using a restricted vocabulary to determine a hidden word). Bananagrams and Letter Tycoon are modern updates to the classic word formation game, Scrabble. Similarly, Codenames offers a new twist to the word guessing formula once popularized by Taboo.
From Scrabble to Cards Against Humanity, there's no denying the power of words to bring people together around the game table. In today's step ladder, we explore just that - wordplay!
I tend to have a love/hate relationship with word games. I love them, yet I’m just not good at them. Read on to find out why I think Wordsy is so different compared to the “traditional” word games that we’ve grown up on!