[6:00 AM] You Still Can't Call It Boggle, But Now It's Version 1.2
C.DEV has updated their word game Boogle to version 1.2. Hot on the heels of version 1.1, released just last week, the new versionn includes several bug fixes and some new features. According to C.DEV:
We, at C.DEV, are happy to announce the immediate release of a brand new version of our popular game: C.DEV Boogle, the first full-featured, Boggle®-type game available for the Macintosh.
Think your vocabulary doesn't suck? You have three minutes to prove it! Boogle tosses you a grid of twenty-five random letters and it's your job to create as many words, from adjacent letters, as you can before the timer goes off. Statistically speaking, Boogle is packed with features, including the BRI: the ultimate way to prove your lexical superiority! Sure, Boogle is fully Appearance-savvy, but you can also use custom Themes to improve the look of your game screen. Best of all, you can create your own full color Themes in any graphics program and share them with other players!
C.DEV Boogle contains Themes created by some of the most talented and well-known Macintosh graphics designers, including:
Blue Sky Heart Graphics Ric Zito
La Mire Maury McCown
Highlights of version 1.2:
Fixed multiple game scoring glitch whereby only one game would receive the proper score.
Custom Theme Boogle games are now flicker-free during letter presses and word additions: smooth!
Added a Score History function which records the score and date of all played games.
A plethora of bug fixes and behavioral improvements as suggested by users.