Whoever said “less is more” clearly didn’t play Words With Friends 2. Having some extra coins in your balance is the best way to enhance your Words With Friends experience and give yourself a competitive edge over the rest. That’s because more coins = more power ups to help you strategize against your opponents, more moves if you’re stuck against an expert WordMaster in Solo Challe
The letter ‘S’ is one of the most valuable tiles in a game of Words With Friends. ‘S’ can be placed at the end of a large majority of nouns to make legal words. Because of this, you will find many places on the board to which you can connect one of your plays, simply by using an ‘S’ to pluralize a noun. Because of this versatility, it’s usef
Looking for an entertaining way to activate your mind, improve your vocabulary, and reap the benefits of putting your brain to work?
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It’s inevitable. At some point during a game of Words With Friends, you’ll be staring down at a board that’s just overrun with vowels. The idea of exchanging tiles back into the bag will cross your mind, but nobody likes to lose a turn. As will the option of dropping a pair of ‘O’ tiles next to an open ‘T’, grabbing three points, and hoping
As we continue our series of posts focusing on a letter, we begin to venture into the realm of more common letters. It’s quite likely that anyone reading this article could name many more words starting with R than with, say, X, or J. However, just because letters like R are commonplace in our language, that doesn’t mean we should take them for granted, when it comes to
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Every year, the Oxford University Press publishes its word of the year. Their experts start by debating possible candidates that had an influence over the last 12 months, then they choose a winner that (in their opinion) describes the previous year the most. Sometimes they are new words bursting onto the linguistic scene, sometimes they are words that just found their relevance; and