Jabberwocky is a challenging puzzle game developed by EnsenaSoft where your objective is to find certain words by connecting the letters from a cube. This game was inspired by a poem written by Lewis Carroll in 1871, which contains various nonsense words.
The app gives you access to detailed gameplay instructions and allows you to adjust its screen resolution if necessary. Unfortunately, this game doesn't offer you an option to save your progress nor does it automatically save it. So, you need to start from the beginning if you close and relaunch the app.
Jabberwocky displays four lines from the poem and your goal is to find the words from the verses within a cube. You can rotate the cube at any angle you like.
However, it was pretty difficult to find the words from the first couple of verses. I actually got so annoyed while testing this app that I shut it down after only 4-5 minutes.
Therefore, I'd suggest you try other puzzle-word search games for your Mac. This application might do more harm than good as it doesn't offer you a relaxing way to spend your free time.
- Offers you detailed gameplay instructions
- Uses minimum CPU resources
- Pretty difficult to find the words
- Doesn't save gameplay progress