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.
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.
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.