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Chicktionary - An egg-citing word game for the whole family.


(Dallas, Texas) March 14, 2005 - Grab a hot cup of joe and mosey on over to the hen house, Dallas-based game creator Blockdot has hatched up some fun with their new egg-citing word game Chicktionary.

Unscramble letters and find as many words as you can while a group of busy hens cluck away. Predict how many words you can find in a group of seven letters, and then match that number and move on to the next level, or keep going for more and more points! Chicktionary is sure to delight, amuse, and challenge word lovers on the farm or in the city!

There is a free version of the game online which is available on Blockdot's game site, or as a downloadable game file featuring a Timed mode for those who like a little pressure, and an Untimed mode for those who want to relax.

The game is great fun for any age group and features a unique twist, which allows players to earn bonus points by betting how many words they can find! Kids will especially enjoy the humorous clucks that the hens chatter throughout the game.

The game has been played over 100,000 times over the last week and can be found at Blockdot's game site

Chicktionary - Direct links to the game files

Play the Game Online:

Downloadable PC File

Downloadable Mac OSX File

Webmasters click here for the HTML to put the game on your site -

Please contact Dan Ferguson for more information.

Contact: Dan Ferguson


214-823-0500 x105

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