Tumbly version 19
(Tumble Bees HD)

Hover your mouse:  As shown in the picture below, start a fresh game (where you can see your honeycomb of letters) and STOP. Now start my Tumbly and hover your mouse on their blue Submit button at the bottom of your window, exactly as the pink arrow down here is showing. The auto should recognize it, beep at you, snap your mouse away and start hunting for words. Google Chrome or Torch, people!
Google Chrome only:  These newer Html5 games were specifically coded/tested with Google Chrome on multiple machines and all operating systems. If your auto is having trouble connecting with their game while hovering your mouse properly (or any issues afterward), please try every other web browser available in your arsenal. Recommended... in order: Torch, Internet Explorer, Windows 10's Edge, Firefox ESR, SeaMonkey.

19 (12.4.2018) Occasionally, especially where you kept your mouse inside the game, it would accidentally revert itself back to the Stats screen (after You Won! or Nice Game!). This stalled the auto. Tumbly now knows the Stats screen as well, which should click its blue Play Again button and continue onward.
18 (11.19.2018) Converted to the new Html5 version of the game. A few of the older options were removed, as they weren't really needed. Zero Speed (and Hard difficulty) may be your best friends here, as its super-slow letter-clicking allows the honeycomb to fill with more letters to use. The auto doesn't know the Buzz Word's font quite yet, but I didn't want that to slow down this update any further. Maybe something I can pick back up when the rain stops pouring.
17 (6.24.2014) The game summary popup window stalled the auto, reporting Blocked in Firefox only.
16 (12.11.2012) Updated for Windows 8 compatibility.
15 (10.22.2012) By request, added a new Delay Start option. This allows you to force any amount of honeycomb letters on the board before starting to play. It should help create much larger words (and much larger scores) since there are so many letters up there to choose from. I also now force the bonus round to create only 5+ letter words. Not sure why it wasn't playing like that before. Thanks for the suggestion and testing, Ed.
14 (6.24.2012) The UK's Play Again button was moved, which stalled the auto.
13 (4.25.2012) Yesterday's maintenance brought a moved Play Again button.
12 (3.27.2012) Internet Explorer's game width is now different than the other browsers.
11 (3.3.2012) For some unknown reason, they scrambled up the title bar of the game and Tumbly couldn't find it. Now the auto looks for either style.
10 (2.28.2012) The game is now embedded with a different Play Again button at the end of every game.
9 (8.2.2011) Installed a new Starts with option for challenges that require you to spell words that start with a certain letter. Let's use the letter S as an example and I'll explain what the auto will do (or not do) after you slide this new option to the letter S. First off, all wild "star" honeycomb tiles are instantly converted to an S. This allows many more S's on the board and increases your chance of finding more S words. Next, a new law is created for Tumbly. It's no longer allowed to spell any word that has an S after the first letter. Therefore, these words will never be spelled: REJOICES, KISS, ASTEROID, not even STARS (which starts with the letter S as well). The reason for this is waste. Why waste an S? It's better to save them so we can create S-starting words instead. And finally, if the biggest word the auto found so far was JUMPED... and then it found an S-starting word that was also 6 letters long, it will play the new S-word instead of JUMPED. These three advantages help the auto focus more on words that start with the letter S. I just watched two games in a row and counted 19 S-words in 8 minutes. Here are the settings I used: Google Chrome, Hard difficulty, Auto (yes), Think Time (100), Word Length (7), Library Percent (100), Bonus Rounds (100), Win Percent (100), Ignore Blue (yes), Starts with (S), Speed (75), Chat (no). Bet feel free to experiment with any of them yourself, of course. These options are what I came up with real quick for testing, but do come forward if you think you have discovered something better. Thanks for the new option suggestion, Richard!
8 (2.28.2011) They moved the New Game button back over to where it used to be... lol. Dahhhh. Thanks for letting me know, Kathy.
7 (2.16.2011) They moved the New Game button over, down in that black strip, so both Tumbly options (Bonus Rounds and Win Percent) were misfiring. Nice find, Tina!
6 (11.4.2010) The new black horizontal strips caused a few issues. Some of the options in Tumbly need to click the New Game button (which was moved), the Chat option needed pushed over since they adjusted the chat room, the game screen size was changed (causing Blocked occasionally in some browsers and/or Doubly), there's a new end game splash screen with new Play Again button... and I made it facebook-ready besides (at least until those annoying facebook popups appear, but I am working on a solution for that). Don't forget that Snoozy is a great option for this game, as the additional pausing can allow more letters to stack and the auto will be able to find bigger words.
5 (9.8.2007) No changes made. There was a false virus reported by Avast. The fake infection magically vanished after I re-created this identical updated .exe version. I apologize for their annoyance.
4 (3.8.2007) Win Percent option was moody. Not any more.
3 (3.7.2007) Forgot non-club rooms. You're good now.

2 (3.6.2007) This update plays the new Tumble Bees with ranks. It contains almost 170,000 words in its dictionary and each option is extremely configurable for your needs. Use the Ctrl key on your keyboard to pause Tumbly. You are awarded bonus points for filling the honey jar (finishing the round and reaching the bonus game). The bonus game is only good for tokens; it does not count toward rank progress.

  • Auto: In Manual mode (also in Auto mode, actually), you can click Tumbly’s window on the best available word showing to have it clicked for you. This makes a very nice manual assistant for the game, ready to pounce on any word with just a single click.
  • Think Time: After the selected time is over, Tumbly will stop thinking and play the best word it’s found at that point. If you want longer words, you should increase this option by sliding the bar higher (the 75 default is 5-10 seconds).
  • Word Length: Put this all the way up to 10 to witness the intelligence of this impressive auto! But, if you think 2 to 9-letter words are enough and want Tumbly to perform faster by doing less, choose a lower Word Length instead. And since 5-letter words are good enough during bonus rounds, that's what the auto will click as a minimum. Therefore, this option is strictly for normal play and not the bonus rounds.
  • Library Percent: The default of 50 should have you playing smoothly, but if your computer appears to be struggling, you can speed things up by choosing a smaller library percentage. With a larger library, the auto can create larger words, although it may cause older computers to slow down a little. A good suggestion would be to try the auto using 100% of its library and find out for yourself. Yes, there is a one-time library loading process each time you start Tumbly, but it's well worth the extra few seconds. Buzz word location is not affected by the percentage of the library you choose here, so feel free to slide this option to where you want it.
  • Bonus Rounds: If you are after higher tokens leave this at 100; however, if faster rank progress is what you want, slide it down to 0 and never play any of the bonuses. Even though Tumbly whips through the minimum 5-letter words very quickly, I figured most of you would like to have this option.
  • Game Speed: Slide default 50 up for faster letter-clicking, or down if you have an older computer that needs the honeycomb clicked slower. An impressive use of this option would be to lower it all the way down to 0, where it will take so long to click letters it is almost napping. This will help free some time to allow the letters a chance to fill your honeycomb a little higher, which in turn gives the auto more options for creating words.
  • Win Percent: Choose how often you want me to lose a game to maintain the win-loss ratio showing in your stats. I will submit one word... and then hit the “New Game” button to force a loss.
  • Ignore Blue: Blue honeycomb letters could help or hinder you. If you prefer to have your honeycomb filled so the auto can find larger words and finish the games quickly, check mark this option. All blue tiles would be completely ignored (including possible Buzz words, unfortunately).
  • Buzz words: At the start of each Think Time period, Tumbly quickly checks the current Buzz word before attempting anything else. If it exists, it will be clicked instantly so your honeycomb is converted for the green bonus points. This fills your honey jar faster and also racks up extra points for your final game score. If you are using the auto in manual mode, the Buzz word will flash as it's displayed in my window to help you see it better.
  • Wild stars: These are ignored (on purpose) during the normal rounds since the auto is smart enough without them! And in doing so, this allows the Buzz word to be created more often since there are so many stars laying around. But in the bonus rounds, the stars are definitely used.
1 (3.1.2006) This file should work just fine on either java platform. If you are experiencing jerky java, white flashing or any undesirable choppy behavior, simply switch to the other java (described thoroughly in my FAQ). Also available there are instructions on how to keep your "smooth edges of screen fonts" turned OFF inside windows, as this is a requirement for Tumbly. This auto has the entire 50,000+ word Tumble Bees library installed, including all 7-letter words (which may cause a memory issue in ancient Windows 98). Increase Tumbly's speed by disabling the 7s or jack the power option to finish the levels quickest by nailing the largest possible words instead!
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