New Word Game From BeBop Games Tests Your Word Skills


December 2, 2008

SOMERVILLE, MA - BeBop Games, LLC has released a new word game, Brainisaurus, for the PC. Brainisaurus has simple yet sophisticated gameplay that challenges players to solve words using different kinds of clues.

According to Marvin Shin, the game's designer, "Brainisaurus is a great game not only because it's a lot of fun but because it helps expand your vocabulary as well. Whether you want to learn new words to beat your friends at games like Scrabble or Boggle or improve your standardized test scores, Brainisaurus is an exciting way to boost your word skills."

Brainisaurus features a word database of over 40,000 words and includes the Word Guide, a built-in dictionary/thesaurus for exploring words. The game also features the Word Quotient (WQ) scoring system that measures your word intelligence. "It's the word skills equivalent of IQ," said Shin. "If you think you're a word genius, you can see if you really are with Brainisaurus."

A trial version of the game is available at The full version can be purchased on-line for $19.95.


Marvin Shin


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