It is an easy to learn and play game. Not hugely challenging but it is possible to fail! It has been fun so far.

Real player with 23.6 hrs in game

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A fun word game to kill some time; 10 minutes or an hour at a time.

There are some minor bugs here or there and some questionable UI/menu decisions, but generally doesn’t have a huge impact on playability.

Real player with 23.2 hrs in game


Oh No! Ninjas!

Oh No! Ninjas!

Addictive. Largely reccomend.

Real player with 0.5 hrs in game

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This is a fun way to improve your Words Per Minute (WPM) typing skills. I like the cartoonish graphics, Japanese-themed music, and silly comments from the sensei. Check out my gameplay:


Real player with 0.4 hrs in game

Oh No! Ninjas! on Steam

Alphabeats: Master Edition

Alphabeats: Master Edition

Alphabeats: Master Edition:

Do you have rhythm in your blood? Do you have good reflexes? Are you good at spelling? Well, you had better have these qualities in abundance, because you are up for a challenge!

Alphabeats: Master Edition is a combination of a spelling / rhythm (music) game. As you launch the game, you will be presented with a comprehensive menu. In the middle of the screen you will be able to select from over 20 tracks to play – or you can upload your own favourite tracks. Also, you will have an option at the top “How to Play” (which is a good tutorial), an online leader board and the words you manage to spell correctly (the longest too).

*– [Real player with 4.4 hrs in game](http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198003030375)*




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--- Alphabeats is a combined word and rhythm game that was originally released as free game with pay-to-play levels on mobile platforms but was well reworked for PC, there is practically no trace of being a mobile game in the past. You control a pointer that can horizontally move and collect letters from the board to form a word; those letters appear concurrently with the song rhythm. You have to make the best words you can, leading you to aim for the highest score (leaderboards are synchronised online). That might sound pretty easy but beware, as the song's speed gets higher and as you aim for longer words, you'll also have to keep in mind that you have to dodge the letters you don't want to use in a word which you plan to put together. *– [Real player with 1.1 hrs in game](http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198067891330)* --- ![Words for Evil](https://cdn.cloudflare.steamstatic.com/steam/apps/335790/header.jpg "") ## Words for Evil Words for Evil - rogue-like word game. With some basic 'RPG' (in terms of Rogue-like) elements and the word-connecting basic gameplay mechanic. The thing I really liked is that the game actually aims to develop your vocabulary, explains things, and instigate, relish the player to continue the journey, open some new characters, new lands, new types of monsters… And new words, of course! However, there are some itches that stop me from declaring my love for this game worldwide. First of all, while a rogue-like basis is really suitable for this game, I am well aware that not all players around like such games. I am not too fond of rogue-likes myself, actually. And there we have a combo of two not-so-popular-and-kinda-boring-for-many-people genres, which makes the audience interest even rarer, in big numbers. Negative multiplication, ever heard of such a concept in your lessons of Economics? *– [Real player with 8.9 hrs in game](http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198112810429)* Ever since this game popped up on the main shop front page as a new game, I was curious. I love word games. Words for Evil did not disappoint at all. It's a walker type game, and you can quit out anytime from the level and keep the progress you've made. You make your own party out of a number of unlockable heroes, including Santa Claus (who is seriously impressive in a fight)! Essentially you're given one of a number of puzzles, depending on whether you are up against a monster, a chest, or a trap, and you have to do your best at figuring them out. It stimulates the mind, and there are RPG elements as well, such as levelling up and buying gear. *– [Real player with 6.7 hrs in game](http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198036233434)* --- ![StellaSpella](https://cdn.cloudflare.steamstatic.com/steam/apps/1346280/header.jpg "") ## StellaSpella **Play, Teach, Learn… Together!** Stella Spella mixes the excitement and imagination of video games with the hard work and effort of primary education, it creates a shared space for parent and children to enjoy learning to spell, by presenting the task in a fun interactive package. Every level is unique and procedurally generated around the word goal. Stella Spella features **themed levels** targeting specific learning knowledge e.g Alphabet & Days of the Week, also mixing in elements of phonics, e.g doubles etc, and features word lists drawn from the **National Curriculum KeyStages 1 & 2**. **The Spelling Bee Creator** allows user to create their own word lists to customise their gameplay. Stella and Miles can use their light arrows to collect letters and ward off trolls. When it all gets too much they can take refuge in a hiding tree. --- ![Typing Fingers - Enemy](https://cdn.cloudflare.steamstatic.com/steam/apps/1258830/header.jpg "") ## Typing Fingers - Enemy this game it is pretty funny, like 80's art style. *– [Real player with 7.7 hrs in game](http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198091961528)* Maybe the developers should focus on making the game actually controllable? The game controls doesn't seem to work on my Mac. And the game keeps freezing. I just checked in months later and they still haven't done anything about it. *– [Real player with 0.3 hrs in game](http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561199067437728)* --- ![God of Word](https://cdn.cloudflare.steamstatic.com/steam/apps/467320/header.jpg "") ## God of Word God of Word is a fun word game like Bookworm Adventures, where you try to find as many 3-or-more-letter words as you can from a random collection of 7 letters, wrapped in Classic Greek mythology. The main game is pretty straightforward and simple, but the game is marred by other mini-games that you must pass to advance, such as a brutally unforgiving typing test where you fail the level if you miss even one word (and often the correct letters won't register if you type them too soon after another letter) - a recipe for frustration if you have a timed typing test. I enjoy the main game a LOT, but the typing test section - where you must get a perfect score for more than THREE MINUTES of frantic typing - makes it tough for me to recommend the entire game. It's still fun, but it that fun may be cut short for you sooner than you expect. *– [Real player with 21.4 hrs in game](http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198045411242)* Updated on 12/2/2017 The developer made a quick response and re-balanced the bosses in the later half of game, making them more characteristic and the increase in difficulty more smooth. It works fine now, and if you are fond of word'spelling game, you can enjoy the course of play until the end. Good work, Mega Dwarf! –----------------------------- God of Word is a real-time word puzzle + typing game based on ancient Greek mythology. The single player campaign consists of several acts, each act contains several stages, and in each stage you need either to defeat several common enemies by spelling word to deal damages to them, fight a boss with varied rules of the spelling game, or type your way through. In the real-time battle, you are given a set of letters (you can change the whole set at the expediture of time), and in order to beat the current enemy, you have to spell enough word correctly to excess a fixed HP for this enemy before time runs out. *– [Real player with 13.7 hrs in game](http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198072155841)* --- ![ABC Flappy](https://cdn.cloudflare.steamstatic.com/steam/apps/1775840/header.jpg "") ## ABC Flappy This is an educational game. It was designed to literate children in a fun and interesting way. Learn how to spell and assemble words to unlock prizes. You can trace and colour the letters of the alphabet too. Swoop deeply into this amazing adventure alongside Albert, the eager for knowledge bird, flying through the many levels to save his silly friends while learning the alphabet and the very first rules of grammar. One thing is for granted : You will not get to the end of this journey without learning how to write and read ! --- ![Nihongo Heroes](https://cdn.cloudflare.steamstatic.com/steam/apps/1794690/header.jpg "") ## Nihongo Heroes coming from someone that is N5 qualified and working on N4 1 its a good game 2 please dont give the answers for the vocabulary for EX the vocab at the top is written as blue/ao – stomach/i -- train station/eki i think having the answer for the vocab is taking away from learning the word 3 all the monsters make the same sound when you kill them its a good over all game my main complaint is the vocab giving the answers *– [Real player with 1.1 hrs in game](http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198180240530)* This is one one of many games/resources I have for learning and practicing Nihongo. I ran through the first three levels and am impressed. What is great is that it does not use one consistent font for the kana - because they do look different to the untrained eye, as do any letters in a particular "font." This adds a level of flexibility to the process of learning which is useful when some kana bear resemblance to others in different scripts. I played about five hours of Japanese learning games today, between mobile and steam. This one was the last one of the night, and the perfect end to a educational night! *– [Real player with 0.1 hrs in game](http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198127202621)* --- ![WAVER: A Typing Adventure](https://cdn.cloudflare.steamstatic.com/steam/apps/1393690/header.jpg "") ## WAVER: A Typing Adventure OMG I am already in love with this game! *– [Real player with 32.0 hrs in game](http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561197975127847)* Can type 100wpm. Cannot remember where keys are while playing. (Had fun anyway.) Refreshing and unique, Waver definitely feels worth the purchase if you enjoy something both straightforward in concept and infuriatingly difficult to perfect. The rhythm of the "waves" will take some getting used to, however once you find it it makes sense (I found this difficult to admit, as my first instinct was to just be mad at the game). The learning curve is not the smoothest, but as you start to improve, receiving better scores/perfect waves is very satisfying. This game definitely feels more like it's made for an experienced typist looking to test and refine skills/dexterity, as there are little to no _practical_ educational aspects for younger learners (outside of typist mode, which is just your basic WPM typing test). *– [Real player with 2.5 hrs in game](http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198031019323)* ---