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Sold Out (Win95/98/Me/XP) (Jewel Case) (UPWORDSPJ)

Hasbro Interactive


ESRB Rating: Everyone (Ages 8 and up)


from Discovery School Review Corner

The 3D Word Game That Really Stacks Up!

Making words is just half the fun! Stack your tiles and change words for really big scores! When "shark" becomes "share" and "lion" becomes "lair," you know you're playing UpWords!

Score big when you build words UP along with across and down. Compete against family and friends at home or around the country with full-featured network or Internet play. Looking for a different challenge? You can even play one-on-one against a computer opponent!


3 exciting game versions:

  • Classic - based on the original board game
  • Challenge - the most tiles on top wins the game
  • Speed Solitaire - see how fast you can make the words

10 different selectable skill levels

Help feature provides you with the best word options

10 photo-quality backgrounds with music and sound

Choice of two board sizes

For 1 - 4 players

Built-in dictionary


Windows 95/98/Me/XP, Pentium 90 MHz CPU or higher, 16MB RAM, 4x CD-ROM drive, 70 MB free hard drive space, DirectX 6.1 or higher (included), 800x600 resolution, 256 colors, 14,400 baud modem for Internet play, soundcard.

Requires Compatibility Mode to Run on Windows XP. Right mouse click either the program name in the list of programs or the desktop icon. Select the "Properties" tab at the top of the box that pops up and then select "Compatibility Mode" at the bottom of the list of Properties. Select Windows 95 compatibility mode.


Discovery School Review Corner

"UpWords is a very easy to learn electronic word game that has players forming words with stackable letters on a gameboard. Its straightforward rules and scoring system make it more appropriate for younger children in the suggested age group than Scrabble, the more popular game in the same genre. This makes an excellent family game with a wide range of challenge levels and gameplay options, and provides a good language experience for kids."

"UpWords is surprisingly fun, and children ages 8 and up won't notice they are playing a game that is rather educational -- kids can improve their spelling, vocabulary, as well as logical thinking and strategy skills.

"Playing against the game's artificial intelligence at high levels of difficulty is a lesson in humility. Scrabble fans will enjoy this new game that essentially is their favorite game with an interesting twist and a more straightforward scoring system."

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