Scramble With Friends

Zynga has made some extremely popular mobile applications such as Words With Friends and a few others, and today Scramble With Friends has landed in the Google Play Store. Scramble with friends has been available on iOS for some time now, and it is equally as addictive as Words With Friends. The concept of the game is simple, connect the tiles you have to create words, the more letter the more points. Tokens are also collected as the game is played, and these can be used to buy help during the game, for example hints or the ability to free time if you wish.

The download is free, the game is addictive, so hit the break and download it today!

 
There are 14 comments

Lanhoj says:

An even more blatant rip-off of Scrabble? No thanks

Cares says:

Nope. Completely different concept.

briankurtz79 says:

No. I think this is a rip off of boggle. I'm in!

illdini says:

Downloading now...got a few iPhone users that I need to smack down on that game - got tired of them bragging they have the game & Android doesn't :)

MiSoFine says:

ditto.

rosend99 says:

I hate how iShit gets games like this first!

mclifford82 says:

Just be happy we have it now. Is that really so difficult?

I guess it is for the bitter. Quit crying.

MiSoFine says:

I have been waiting for this game! One of the few times I was jealous if iCrap!!!

Let the smack down begin!

It is a cool game, but you are limited in the amount of times you play by the "coin system". They are already placing ads in it, and I have to pay to play?! Preposterous! I like the game, but not with both of those hindrances.

duke82722009 says:

I've been playing this for 4 days now. Somebody had posted the apk from the canadian google play store. Search my username if you want to play against me.

chucknine says:

Wordfeud is way better than words with friends

too bad nobody is talking about words with friends. der der der

shaytoon21 says:

hey hey nothing to ever be jealous about from that horrible icrap...its testing grounds to see how things run then we get the perfected version.

mclifford82 says:

Keep telling yourself that.