Scrabble

  • Genre: Scrabble
  • Developer: EA games
  • Monthly Users: 500000
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SCRABBLE spells F-U-N for all! This new version of the original board game includes built-in chat and dictionary, multiple word lists, dynamic animations, and multiple speed settings for public games. An easy-to-use interface lets you play with anyone who loves the game!

SCRABBLE spells F-U-N for all! This new version of the original board game includes built-in chat and dictionary, multiple word lists, dynamic animations, and multiple speed settings for public games. An easy-to-use interface lets you play with anyone who loves the game!

PLEASE NOTE:
Scrabble Beta is only available in the United States and Canada.

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Terms and Conditions

SCRABBLE game code and certain audio visual materials © 2008 Electronic Arts Inc. All Rights Reserved. Published by Electronic Arts Inc. under license from Hasbro, Inc. EA and the EA logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Electronic Arts Inc. in the United States and/or other countries. HASBRO and its logo, SCRABBLE, the distinctive game board and letter tiles, and all associated logos are trademarks of Hasbro in the United States and Canada and are used with permission. © 2008 Hasbro. All Rights Reserved.

Tips and Tricks

Points vs. Leave

Sometimes making the most points in SCRABBLE isn’t as important as what you leave on your rack. Think about the letters you’re leaving behind. Are they high point tiles that don’t combine well together, or are you close to being able to make a bingo? Sometimes, playing fewer letters in SCRABBLE can help you get the tiles you need to make the big play. And at other times, playing a longer word with a lower score gives you the opportunity to refresh your rack, drawing tiles that could breathe life back into your game.

When to go back to the bag

Most casual SCRABBLE players don’t ever exchange their tiles, but it can be to your benefit to refresh your rack. If you’re consistently making low-scoring plays, you may consider exchanging your tiles. Make sure you look carefully at all the plays you could make before doing so. There might just be a hidden gem in a mix of letters that seem impossible. But a good rule to remember while playing SCRABBLE – leave as few high-point tiles in your rack as possible.

Parallels

Always look for plays parallel to words already on the SCRABBLE board. You get points for every word you form, so while a word played alone may have a low score, the bonus from the words formed in conjunction with the parallel word can significantly increase your score.

Hot Spots

Head for the hot spots, better known as the bonus squares on the SCRABBLE board. One triple word score can make or break a game. And combining it with a high-point letter on a double letter score can multiply your points exponentially.

Hooks

Hooks are the one letter that will spell a new word when added either before or after a word already on the SCRABBLE board. For example, turn LUSH into BLUSH, HOST into GHOST, and COME into COMET and watch your points add up.

Rack Management

Managing the letters in your rack can help you to find the harder plays. We know that many words end with –S, -ED, -ER and -ING. If you have these letters in your rack, move them to the right. Likewise, many words begin with UN-, IN-, and RE-. Moving these letters to the left of your rack can help you to find words you might otherwise miss.

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