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teaching place is quite simple! lead your dog with a tasty treat to whatever it is you want your dog to be on and say place or whatever cue you want (just be consistent!). as they venture near the object and touch any part of their body on that thing, reward profusely! ask for the cue again, and wait a bit longer until more of their body is on the object. keep in mind: the dog has to initiate the contact on the object. do not force the dog on it, especially if the object terrifies them. move away, and try again when they are feeling braver. place can be a really great confidence building exercise for timid dogs provided they have the freedom of choice to touch it (or not!).

lex has almost a pint of spit at the ready, and all the spells are named after a thing he has spit on. one of them, “cheryl in snow white”, “unlocks” extra words. once you know all the words, you get the bonus of being able to tap-tap-tap the letters of a word to eat any enemies there, making them drop the word so you can use it to flush out their companions, or just eat them themselves. you don’t have much time either. if any enemy get away, more pop up to replace them. if you don’t kill them, they grow bigger, and one of them will grow large enough to eat you. oh yes, and if you run out of spells, the game will tell you to throw your book at the possessed dead-eyes.

the clue game is in another room. yet another puzzle for you to figure out. i started with the “b” room, where you have to unscramble an ordinary book. the answers were numbered, and i got the first three just by tapping the numbered tiles around the grid. the b-room is stupidly easy, especially if you have the bookworm, or know how to get the extra words. but the a-room is something else. it has you doing dominoes, and breaking up the words into syllables, and the more you progress, the more difficult it gets. wordy again! by the time i got to the f-room, i’d been playing for like, three hours. i couldn’t even write or type this column.

it might look like typical point-and-click fare, but the way in which you get around the game world is far from typical. rather than a click-a-button affair, bookworm adventures in-game cues are treated more as a curious contraption – any member of the crew might ask you to speak a phrase, and you’ll be moved to the specific square on the floor where the language exchange will take place. this is because bookworm adventures is based on the principle of linking objects to phrases, and creating a system that allows each character to be moved around in a unique way.
using an obscure gift for unusual words, elladyn, our character, creates a life-saving contraption that allows her to manage her own movement through the world. when you press the space bar, elladyn will run in that direction, as well as be able to talk to that floor if it is to her word of choice. elladyn also has a tail that lets her control her movement when held vertically, while as you command your ship to move along the ground, it will rise up before you so it can keep you moving along, and a tongue that lets you ask your crew for a specific word, thus allowing you to move in a more intuitive way.
the characters are easy to identify for what they are. elladyn, the hero of the book, and megatron, a wounded robot who she rescues from a battle. together, they are the bookworm adventures team. this is either a fortunate thing, or an unfortunate thing, depending on how you see it.
but bookworm adventures isn’t so much about the characters. it’s about the world they find themselves inside, and the way that you use words to progress around it. once the world is opened to you, you are able to rotate the book in any direction, slowly revealing its characters and environments.


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