The classic word unit is the number one word to play against your smartphone or tablet (solitaire mode).
Enrich your vocabulary with built-in word definitions!
6 difficulty levels and many languages supported: English, Spanish, French, Italian, German, Dutch and Polish.
Tired of stumbling across cheaters or waiting for your opponent’s next move in multiplayer word games?
Try the classic Words Solo for instant fun, whether you’re at the beginning of a crossword game or a tournament player!
Choose a computer skill level (from beginner to expert), choose a vocabulary list (English word list includes TWL and Sapds official lexicon) and use your tactical skills and vocabulary to beat Droid.
Classic Words Gameplay Classical for crossword board games: Create and place words on the board and increase your score by placing characters in high scoring double letters, double words, triple letters and triple word squares.
Use all 7 characters from your rack to play a bingo and get a 50 point bonus.
This game is a great time killer for all fans of board games and strategy games. It is an educational game that allows children (and adults) to improve their spelling and vocabulary.
Thanks to the quick responsiveness and variability of computer and quality word lists, lots of classic words are used by enthusiasts to quickly play training matches and learn new words from computer operation.
Unlike multiplayer board games where some unscrupulous players use anggram solvers, no cheating is possible while playing solitaire … letters and blanks are always sorted randomly, and the artificial intelligence of the computer has no more information than you.
Only your strategy and creativity can make a difference …
Will you play strategically enough to impress the computer and its wide vocabulary?
Levels 6 level difficulty
Display the definition by swiping the words
Offline supports offline play
Whenever you want to leave the game and start again
Uff shaking in shock
Supported languages and dictionaries supported:
– Sappods 2015 (Official English Tournament List)
– TWL 2014 (Official List)
– German (with support for omlats and the edge will be replaced by two ‘s’)
– French (Official list used in the tournament)
Letters are adapted to the language of letters and point distribution