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Move around each level collecting up the Alphabots to make words across 3 different worlds. Longer words score more points.

When you have collected a sequence of Alphabots that makes a word, press SPACEBAR. If the word was valid your Alphabots will be removed. If not, your Alphabots will be released. Keep going until you run out of possible words, time, or Alphabots.

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Not my kind of game but it was okay.

not good

In the second level I created a valid word: 'taser' and it didn't accept it. If there's specific words that you want us to create then give us a list of them. Not accepting real words that are in the dictionary is just stupid. The 3d graphics were alright so you get a few points.

great game!

although the high level 3D graphics do make it lag for a couple of minutes at the startup =P now take these graphics and make a blow shit up game!!!! XD

Great learning game

The 3D is great and doesn't slow down the game. Everything is simple even with textures. Kinda reminds me of Super Mario 64.
The moving letters was a good twist, making it fit into the avoid genre as well as the puzzle genre. Makes me think about both what word I want to make and how to avoid unwanted letters.
Overall it's a great game and I can't think of any improvements. In games like this, the only problem would be the possibility that you didn't get every word that could be made, but I haven't encountered that problem thus far.