The idea of challenging your brain through word games has got people’s attention for decades. It was a fun and smart play to keep your mind busy while getting your adrenaline ups by snitching points. However, the current technology trends have changed the way people play the word game. You do not need a board and many scattered letter tiles to play, but your smartphone to get you stuck in a word game world.
Apple user has got to be happy to find out varieties of word games and its helper applications in the app store. Indeed, scrabble lovers, and crossword puzzle fans are familiar with the Word of Friends as the number one game that people play. However, knowing other available word games would be great to get a better brain exercise. As you can keep being busy playing while waiting for your opponents, increase your skills and winning chance when going back to Word with Friends and surprise them.
In case you want more excellent combat than a “friend” can offer in a Scrabble style game, you can always get the conventional style one. In the Scrabble, you can set the game level into easy, normal, or difficult. “Easy” is not complicated, so that it would be suitable for a newcomer in a word game. “Normal” would be great for exercising your bank of vocabularies knowledge. If you are confident with the “difficult” level, you might be careful as it will always beat you hard. However, this level fits better with regular players to improve their defensive skills.
Moxie has a fun and unique game model on how you build a word. You have to place each letter on three boards, where you put a word and rearrange three other different sets. If you keep inventing sentences, you will get points, but you lose points if you crash them. If you make the word “Pun,” you have to change it with “Fun” or “Put” if you got F or T in your tiles. This way, it would be challenging if you got Z or Q appear next.
Like other games, the goal of the game is to find words. The twist of the game is that you have to jumble the word to make more word lists with five, six, or even seven letters. Jumbline also has a feature that lets you set time limits. You can also play without time limits, which may give you a better chance of making a record to finish long word lists.
This game has a table of letters that you need to connect a pattern to form a word. When these letters disappear, the columns fall and have already replaced with a new one. In this game, it would be better to avoid using a bunch of common letters tiles as your primary strategy. If not, you will have to raise your concentration to form words when difficult letters appear on the board.
Crossword Puzzle Lite is the free version of the New York Times crossword puzzle paid subscription application. This game contains 40 puzzles in a bigger size. It is quite easy to use, which could be one thing for puzzles within such size of your iPhone screen. Go from the top to the bottom or go to a list to make it easier for you to play.