Great game... but Checking a few of the scores that beat you on the graph shows up a lot of scientific terms, like you might see on a toothpaste label. I would assume people use anagram apps/websites to answer as there is no time limit to deter cheaters.
Great game. Love the game, the way it works and the way it scores. Good challenge. Had to put it down to four stars instead of five because: 1.the game makers should definitely use a real Websters dictionary instead of Wiki, because the 'definitions' you get in this game are RIDICULOUSLY wrong, or slang, while it won't let you use a perfect word because it doesn't recognize it as a real word (CAJUN?). That bugs the hell out of a wordster like me. 2. Be warned that filthy language is allowed, so not safe for kids.
Enjoying this Glad I stumbled across this as a free download. Intuitive, no time limits (but each round short), competitive (to improve one's score), definitions given for words as one creates them (sometimes not the definition I know) and well laid out. Good app, thoughtfully done.
A fun and simple game! This game is enriched by its detailed leaderboard. My only complaint is that it's a little bare boned. Some different game modes would be nice.
Just genius Compelling, interesting, satisfying. Love it!
Only one letter word options. Only able to build one letter words, like A or O. Over and over. Not advancing to longer options within a few plays. Can't find any thing about it in help. Will uninstall.
- Remember your best scoring words for the letter set while playing, tapping that best score restores to those more valuable words.
- Added a true-black color scheme.
- Add a few words to dictionary.
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