Don't be [FOOLED] by a title like Uirdz. It's not really a word game as much as it is a high-difficulty puzzle platformer by Amalgames that uses the power of words as [STEPPING STONES] along the way. If you're looking for a more appropriately alphabet-based challenge, [TRY HERE], but if you're fixing to get your precision and patience tested, [READ ON].
Your movements (using [WASD] or the [arrow] keys) in each level are generally left to right, through a plethora of spikes to the exit. However, the exit is never unlocked until you drag all of the words from the bottom of the screen into the playing area. These writers' blocks can be used as extra platforms to help you reach the exit, barricades that block your path if you don't place them carefully, or perhaps have some other effect that could help or hinder your way out. It only takes a little bit of trial and error to see what words can do, so don't be afraid to experiment.
Uirdz contains 39 hard-as-nails levels to repeatedly die through (each with optional they're-clearly-joking target times to meet), plus one you've-got-to-be-kidding-me-hard boss level. Scattered along the way, you'll also find a handful of no-just-plain-no-why-would-they-even-do-that secret levels that will really put your platforming skills to the test. The secret levels are tricky to find, but you can usually pick up a hint or two from the [ONSCREEN PROMPTS] that pop up before each level, or from the very [WORDS] you have to drag into play. It's that extra layer of puzzle goodness that makes Uirdz a devastating platform [CHALLENGE] to behold.