You'll probably find mesh briefs on the "player" types in the clubs, but you could be surprised to take the Clark Kent-esque bookworm back to your place and discover that he, too, is a big fan of see-through skivvies.
Bookworm: Presented with a slightly staggered grid of letter tiles, Bookworm is a title that is similar to Scrabble, except you need to link together a string of adjacent letter tiles to form increasingly long words.
Popcap is actually the creator of both Bejeweled and Bookworm, but because of its partnerships - and of course, the popularity of its games - you'll find those games on Pogo, Shockwave, and Popcap's own site.
Over two and a half years in the making and with a budget of $700,000 (more than seven times the norm), Bookworm Adventures is the result of countless hours of brainstorming, tweaking and refining.
Bookworm Adventures: For all the lexicographically-inclined, this spinoff of the core Bookworm series adds some fun twists like the addition of gem titles and a battle-based story mode.
Bookworm Adventures: Expanding on the popular franchise, Bookworm Adventures takes the best elements from its predecessor and places it in a fantastic action-adventure environment.
When the book meter above the bookworm is full, you move on to the next round where the words become a little harder to find, and other challenges may be thrown your way.
All three variants of Bookworm are available there: the free web game with "limited features", the free trial download, and the full version which costs $24.99.
To set itself apart from the competition, they offer a gameplay video to give you a taste of how Bookworm plays, even before you attempt to play it yourself.
Enjoy the free trial download (3.7MB), and then consider purchasing Bookworm Deluxe . If you buy additional games, you may qualify for as much as 65% off.