Spelling Bee (Windows)

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Spelling Bee is a single player, timed, mouse controlled game.

The game is played on a hexagonal grid with each cell containing a letter. The player must spell words, three letters or more, using adjacent cells. Each game is played over six rounds using the same grid, to advance to the next round the player must use all the cells in the grid at least once. As the game progresses this becomes much harder as the player cannot re-use the same words.

Points are scored for each word made and bonuses are awarded for advancing to the next round. When it was released it was possible for players to compete with other players by uploading their scores to an on-line Hall of Fame. In 2015 the site which supported this feature is no longer active.

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Spelling Bee Windows The initial game screen<br>The game supports multiple player identities, these are the names used when scores are uploaded, it does not support multiple players
Spelling Bee Windows This screen is used to create and to confirm a players identity. Once created the identity is available to all games accessed via eBrainyGames' Super Menu
Spelling Bee Windows The game area<br>The game timer is represented by the bee crawling across the title. No more game screenshots as they would show the words used to solve the grid and that's classed as a spoiler.
Spelling Bee Windows The high score table<br>When the game was released scores could be uploaded to an on-line Hall of Fame. Sadly this website is no longer active

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piltdown_man (143155) added Spelling Bee (Windows) on Aug 15, 2015