- The Washington Times - Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Lovers of word games will be delighted to discover their passion comes in a free vari-

ety: Word Wanderer, available at www.wordwanderer.com for use on PCs and Macs.

The goal of the game, developed by Posit Science, a producer of brain fitness software programs, is for the user to place a total of 50 letter tiles on a board - a la Scrabble - in the shortest amount of time.

The game level changes depending on the player’s proficiency: The better a player does the more letter tiles he or she has to use; weaker players get fewer tiles.

“This adaptive component is critical to promote brain fitness and not routinely found in online word games,” according to a statement from Posit Science.

“Most puzzles and word games require quick thinking, a well-developed vocabulary and strong general language skills. Word Wanderer works to encourage the development of these very skills but with adaptive difficulty levels that encourage repeat usage,” the statement says.

For more information, visit www.PositScience.com.

- Gabriella Boston

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