Another Great Word Game! And You'll Learn About Haiku!
My hour trial play went by before I knew it! Oh, no, and I was just about to guess my second haiku, too! Definite buy for me, so I can finish my game! Worth it at either game club price or with a game credit. I really enjoyed this fun letter matching game where you form words and then solve a haiku.
There are two modes, easy and challenge. I was playing in easy mode. Another reviewer here says expert mode is very challenging, so I see good replay value. It's basically you matching letters either in a straight line, diagonally or any combination thereof to make words. You earn bonus points for finding bonus words and also symbols that you can use as any letter within a word. As you match words, letters begin to fill in the blank spaces in the haiku on the left-hand side of the playing area (think word-fill). If you think you can guess the haiku before all the letters are filled in, you get more bonus points.
You can play timed or per try. I played the timed mode, but I found the timer generous and not stressful. The music is pleasant and has an Oriental flavor. The dictionary seems substantial. I used a few words not commonly used and it accepted them, unlike some other word games I've played with dictionaries that are not quite as complete. The graphics are nice and the game runs smoothly on my 64-bit Windows Vista desktop with 19-inch flatscreen. Definitely a game you could play while listening to a radio program or watching television. If you love word games, like I do, I think you'll like this one. Plus, you'll learn what a haiku is!
May 22, 2012
Haiku journey has to be the most interesing word game
This game can able you to have a relaxed ejoying finding words and the phrases that comes with it in regarding taking certain letters to reach the phrase!
The expert mode is quite challenging so if you like competition this is the one for you
May 3, 2012
I always like to come back to this game
Haiku journey... I keep it installed on my computer and I always like to come back to it, just to play with words, or to get inspiration to write my own haiku's.
I find it soothing and play in puzzle mode... why stress myself with a timed mode? This is not about rushing, running, speeding... this is all about having a good time, playing with words, relaxing, going with the flow of the great Tao.
Haiku journey... just a must.
August 18, 2012
Great Word Games
Put your thinking cap on! This is great fun.
January 26, 2012