Writer Rumble: English Vocab Games Don’t Come More Original

We jumped onto Writer Rumble by Gamefly as soon as we managed to get our hands on it.  This is simply because the thought of being able to play with another writer in a video like game sounded far too good to be true.  Moreover, we are huge word game fans, which you’ve probably gathered already by now from our latest reviews of Spellwood and Spell Tower.  Whilst they are both excellent games (plus other ones in the same genre too), they virtually have the same simple premise. But, what do you think happens when you throw in a fighter-like component to such conventional word games? You finish up with Writer Rumble, obviously.

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Words with Friends: Social Gaming and Word Brain Training Rolled into One

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For anybody who hasn’t heard about Words With Friends before, it is a stimulating crossword game that you can play against your family, friends, or any other casual opponent who is on your list of contacts.  Words With Friends HD is in essence an iPhone and Android substitute to the traditional Scrabble game that is played on a board. You can search for a mate by their username, play with another casual player, or you have the choice to pass-and-play with your friend using one single device.  Here are seven basic things that you really need to know about playing this game:

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