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  • Summary: QUARREL is the most novel word game ever made. But don’t just take our word for it – download it now for FREE and enter a universe where WORDS (11 points) literally speak louder than ACTIONS (8 points).Use a cool combination of word power and strategic cunning to crush your opponents and reign supreme. Come settle your differences with wordplay rather than swordplay; make verbal not chemical weapons; load up with letters not bullets and use chatter to batter your enemies into submission and rule the world.Compete to use your troops to make the highest-scoring word from the letters given then capture territories and conquer islands in this wholly original virtual board game.* 4 fun ways to play: Quick Match, Make Match, Domination and the global Daily Challenge.* Unlimited replay through the distinctive skills and play styles of 9 opponents combined with the unique strategic challenges of 12 different islands and thousands of anagrams.* Tweet magic moments such as amusing word coincidences and share your glories through Facebook.* Dictionary definitions for all 114,000+ words.†* Handy personal and public records with over a dozen compelling Game Center Leaderboards (including exclusive clubs).* Plus! Over three-dozen excellent Game Center Achievement badges to collect.† "Collins Official SCRABBLE Dictionary" 2nd Edition 2007 © HarperCollins Publishers 2005, 2007 Expand
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  1. Sep 20, 2011
    Quarrel could have easily been just another dry board game with a wordplay twist, but through slick presentation and its perfect suitability for touch screen play, it demands your full, undivided attention.
  2. Oct 18, 2011
    There's definitely enough to do while we're waiting for that multiplayer update. [Nov 2011, p.113]