Become the World’s Best Lexophile with Wordaholic

Become the World’s Best Lexophile with Wordaholic

To say that here at iPhoneglance we “heart” word games is as much of an understatement as saying the ocean is a bit wet. Fellow wordsmiths know there are few things better than a good game involving language, but with the App Store brimming with such offerings, which ones do you go for? To save you the trouble of sorting through the hundreds of options, we’ve spent a considerable amount of time searching, downloading and…

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WhisperMe – Cool & Exciting Word Game

WhisperMe – Cool & Exciting Word Game

WhisperMe – Cool & Exciting Word Game Writers and editors are among the most dedicated (read: obsessive) fans of word games. (I play Scrabble once a week — a relatively low frequency that may indicate only a mild addiction.). As most game developed suggest, they enrich your word power, but they’re also fun. And I and all staff members here confirm that. There are lot of entertaining word games out there on the market, especially…

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MaxWord – A Word Game for Busy People

MaxWord – A Word Game for Busy People

Whether you’re an anagram master, a spelling sensation, or a grammar wizard, you’ll find something to pique your curiosity on the App Store, games that reward those gifted at language arts. Many of these games even include support for the Apple Watch, in case you want to play with words on the go. But today we have something different, a word game created especially for busy people who are looking for diversion when they have…

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FastWord: Not Your Daddy’s Scrabble

FastWord: Not Your Daddy’s Scrabble

I’ll freely admit I was a late bloomer when it came to Scrabble. In the pantheon of family Christmas games, classics such as Trivial Pursuit, Cluedo and Sorry! took precedence. When I was finally introduced to its delights, I found it to be engaging and entertaining, yet strangely lacking. Games were consistently over too quickly, there was never enough space on the board, and you were always, ALWAYS one letter shy of that epic, game-ending…

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