Hm, definitely a Baba is U pastiche, I see that theme was Doodle but I think it didn’t need to be so close to it anyway, with other ways to represent doodling.
I’m also unsure if moving a character around is the best control for this game. It gives some character and challenge moving letters around, so if part of the fun is to mess up the existing words and reforming them, why not.
Otherwise, I wish I could sometimes just drag the letters around freely to form words (but I suppose from Scrabble apps allow that in training mode already?).
Anyway, I found myself quickly chaining 2 and 3-letter words I had no idea what they meant just to score - such is the greatness and trap of having an automated spellchecker, then it became more difficult so for 4+ letters you really start to pause and think ahead. Although I’m glad to have learned that MH can mean Medal of Honor and that BF can be Burkina Faso, best friend OR boyfriend (excellent to start an ambiguous conversation about a male friend).
UX: I thought dictionary was selected because highlighted in yellow, so I pressed left/right but nothing happened. In fact, I had to mouse hover some menu item then move down until I could select the language arrows and confirm them to change language - focusing an arrow is uncommon and less convenient than focusing the item itself and pressing left/right to change value
Bug: after game end, I press Escape to go back to main menu and Language was empty there