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Poor Mr. Rabbit is eager to hear a heart-warming story. In the brunt of winter, the soul-starved hare reaches for a storybook, only to see it topple over from the high shelf. Words and fairytales have fallen around him, and suddenly he`s locked inside an isolated world. Help Mr. Rabbit piece together letters while dodging words that create evil spells. The original words return to the book and tell his beloved Christmas story for everyone to behold in Jabber.
Fussy Freddy wants to eat baby food forever. After turning up his nose at eggs, hot dogs, and spaghetti, an emergency call to Grandma is needed. Following her suggestion, you offer Fussy Freddy a little bit of alphabet soup. Use letters to spell words in Freddy`s bowl. You must keep him entertained or he`ll throw a fit and become malnourished. Fussy Freddy is an educational word game with a fun, inspirational tutorial.
Got an eye for words? Challenge your word savvy by using your artistic wit. Each PictoWords level combines fun pictures and letters to create words. For instance, how would you spell the word M-A-I-D using pictures? Earn extra points for longer words and quicker solutions. Fun bonus rounds are available and hints are handy in PictoWords, a visual Word game.
Discover the alphabet`s new Sudoku, Wriggle Words , developed by a NASA Space Shuttle engineer. No worries, it`s not rocket science - just "wriggle" your way through 2,000 word puzzle combos in a beautiful underwater setting. Select your own vibrant sea creature avatar and play one of four game modes (relaxed or timed). Sharpen your wits with each joyful puzzle in Wriggle Words .
Bullies have stolen and hidden parts of Eugene`s amazing Letter Machine--right before the science fair! Can you connect enough words crossword-style to build a path and collect the missing parts in time? With dozens of colorful levels to explore and obstacles to avoid, Lex Venture provides hours of fun for one person or the whole family. Outsmart the bullies and save the science fair!