WordBox is a Windows version of Boggle, for playing on the internet. The same game has also other names: TangleWord, Boggle, WordCube and they all are more or less the same. This version allows you to play within a network or across the internet.
Basically, you have to create words following contiguous letters. Letters can touch horizontally, vertically or diagonally.
To enter the words, you can use the keyboard to type them directly (the program will find if the word can be created) or you can drag the mouse over the letters with the left mouse button pressed.
To play with someone else, one of the two starts as a host (Oponent-Start as a Host), the other joins (Oponent-Join...). The second one has to enter the IP address of the first one (the host). To know this information, the first one goes to "Preferences-options" and lets it know to the second one. Alternativaly, he can go to "Help-Copy local IP to clipboard" and then paste this somewhere so that it reaches the second one (e.g. Messenger).
Operating System Support: Win/95/98/2000/NT/XP