Let’s play some Scrabble! “America’s Favorite Word Game” was first introduced by Alfred Mosher Butts in 1938. The game is beloved in 121 countries and is available in 29 languages. An estimated 150 million sets have been sold worldwide and roughly one-third of American homes have a Scrabble set. However, you don’t have to have an antiquated Scrabble set to cherish the game.
Scrabble for Ipad comes in a free and a paid version for wordsmiths to enjoy. However, even more interesting is the World Lookup, a free dictionary and anagram finder for word games. Is it cheating? Perhaps, but only if you use it that way. Tournament-level players can use this app to train for Scrabble tournaments as well. Yes, there are Scrabble tournaments. You won’t be scrabbling for words with the tiles “q”, “z” and “x” if you discipline yourself with apps. Hopefully you’re trained to shop using our codes with Verizon, who offers free shipping on all orders. Get the app on an Apple Iphone 6 from Verizon.
Android-philes won’t be left out either when it comes to Scrabble. Scrabble Solitaire in the Google Play is great for someone who wants to toy with the tiles but can’t get a cluster of crossword fanatics together. The fast-paced Scrabble Blitz challenges you to spell as many words as possible on your seven letter rack in 60 seconds. T-Mobile offers free shipping on orders of $25 or more, so get that LG G4 and get ready to vanquish your Scrabble competitors. We’ve already prevailed when it comes to getting you the savings you need on mobile devices.
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