by Harry Slater 17/6/2013
Developer: Cat Daddy Games
Publisher: 2K Play
Format: Android, iPhone, iPad
Genre: Casual, Multiplayer, Puzzle, Word game
Networking: wireless (adhoc)
Word games know more words than you do. Or, to put it another more accurate way, word games have faster access to more words than you do. The key to making an entertaining letter puzzler is to try and hide that fact.
If, even for a second, it feels like you're being beaten into submission by a dictionary, then the spell of the game breaks and you're left feeling cheated. And unfortunately, while Beejumbled is wonderful in other areas, here it really falls down.
A bee see
As you might guess from the name, the game casts you as a word-obsessed insect. There are a few to choose from, although most of them are locked at the start of the game. As you earn more honey and hives you'll be able to choose a range of different bees.
It might not have a solid single-player campaign, but Beejumbled's excellent multiplayer goes some way to fix that
©2013 Steel Media Limited
Get even more pocket gaming goodness online at www.pocketgamer.co.uk