Wednesday, January 10, 2007

How Krakovianka Wastes Time

I love word games. If any one asks me to play Scrabble, I will happily play.

No one ever asks me.

Even more than Scrabble, I like Boggle. I began playing that when I was a teenager, with my faithful sister who always played, no matter how many times she lost.

No one ever asks me to play Boggle.

But I recently found a Boggle-like game called Eight Letter in Search of Word which has used up a lot of my free time recently, and some that wasn't so free. In other words, it's addictive (if you like word games), so don't say I didn't warn you.


At 4:58 PM , Blogger Dominion Family said...

I don't play any games right now but I was terribly addicted to bookworm one summer. The problem is that one game could take hours.

There is also an online Scrabble game at pixiepit but it costs to play now.

Anyway, I hope your post doesn't cause me to stumble :)

At 8:33 PM , Blogger Birdie said...

I love both Scrabble and Boggle! I once found a version of Boggle online that I played almost constantly until even I had to admit it was time to get back to real life. :p

At 3:59 PM , Blogger Headmistress, zookeeper said...


At 7:08 PM , Blogger Amanda said...

You can play scrabble for free online at the internet scrabble club :)

At 1:56 PM , Blogger lindafay said...

Scrabble and Boggle are our family favorites, too. NO ONE can beat us, and I mean NO ONE! (consider this to be a goad, he he. wish we could have a night of it. I'm sure you would provide proper competition and put us in our place)

At 12:41 PM , Blogger Firefly said...

I got addicted to Bookworm last year about this time. I felt like I would never tire of that game. Then I had the game that would never end. It lasted days. We were moving everything out to the storage pod we rented while we were having our wood floors refinished and this computer was the last thing to go. I kept begging my hubby to "WAIT!".

Finally I had to lose on purpose! Can you imagine? Uh! How unfair was that? I did a screen capture to save my score, though, before we unhooked everything and packed it up. I wanted proof of my score. It was 2,703,360.

I was tempted to post it to my blog with the screen capture. When we came back to the house and unpacked everything, though, we were off again for a three-day weekend to bring Banjo home. At that point I had something better to blog about. My sweet little puppy-boy. :)


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