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Oct 5, 2009 | 2:27 PM EDT
  • Daily 2nd Place October 6, 2009

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Clockwords is a hectic word game set in Victorian London. You are a genius inventor who discovers plans for a mysterious machine that runs on the power of language. Then your lab is infiltrated by mechanical insects that have come to steal your secrets!

You must think and type quickly to fend off the invaders. To destroy the bugs, you need to collect powerful letters. Some letters can be combined to increase their power.

Tip: Hit 'ESC' to clear all the letters you've typed.

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dgomez1224dgomez1224

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

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Its fun but gets kind of boring after a while



MaidenHeavenMaidenHeaven

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

For a "scarbble" type game..

It wasn't half bad. Just the fact that certain terms (Negro, for example, is a color and countries) can't be used is stupid. You can't use words over again, which while a little annoying is fair.



evil-livesevil-lives

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Dude, below me:

You have to spell the words properly for it to work. The word you're thinking of is 'apocalypse'. Yep, that word works in the game.

This is a pretty sweet game. Not really a tower defense game at all, but a cool typing / vocabulary game nonetheless.


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PifflestickPifflestick

Rated 1 / 5 stars

Words? What Words?

Annoying music and boring gameplay were the least of this games problems. The major problem with this game is after about five words I had run out of words this game recognized. It'll take foofaraw but not apocolypse? You link the bloody game to a dictionary but then you don't use even half the words in the dictionary, and a lot of the words you do allow are obscure. Very poor quailty and a sad show of what can go wrong when a good concept is put in the hands of fools.



terwilligerterwilliger

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

incomplete

If you make a word game make sure to fill out all the common everyday words before moving on to the uncommon ones. I lost because I hit 4 absent words in a row. useful, useless, mega


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