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  • Summary: Wordament is a unique and highly addictive word game: a two-minute long word tournament where you compete in real-time, on the same board, against everyone else currently playing. Each board is unique and alternating rounds offer challenges such as two- and three-letter digram tiles andWordament is a unique and highly addictive word game: a two-minute long word tournament where you compete in real-time, on the same board, against everyone else currently playing. Each board is unique and alternating rounds offer challenges such as two- and three-letter digram tiles and theme* puzzles. You can choose to go for the bonus points, try to find the most words possible or earn scoring bonuses by finding longer words. How you play and choose to compete is up to you! Expand
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  1. Jan 14, 2013
    90
    Wordament is a fresh take on a classic formula that works brilliantly. It's my prediction for this year's next big thing.
  2. Dec 28, 2012
    90
    Wordament is so well-built that pointing out faults feels like nitpicking. You do need to be online to play, and more annoyingly, you're sometimes thrust into a match with a minute left on the clock, which pretty much dooms you to a low score. A lobby option would be a nice addition, but as it stands, Wordament is one of the App Store's must-have word games.
  3. Jan 2, 2013
    70
    Challenging, competitive word-searching make Wordament a game worth playing whether you're padding your Live stats or not.
  4. Jan 19, 2013
    70
    Wordament is yet another Boggle clone, with a cross-platform leaderboard and ten Achievements to unlock.
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  1. Apr 30, 2013
    5
    An OK attempt at a free game with mass appeal. The only reason to play this is for achievements. Rounds with themed words and other objectivesAn OK attempt at a free game with mass appeal. The only reason to play this is for achievements. Rounds with themed words and other objectives which give a higher score make this passable. As a concept, the game is simple to pick and play, and it works well. However, it does rely a lot on how well you know the dictionary, and it's kinda boring yet addicting. It's original and easy to get started, but lacks in excitement or lasting appeal. The main problem with this game is that it's easy to cheat via a puzzle solver. It's very easy for even a novice programmer to be able to create software which will give the highest-scoring words to the user. If Microsoft somehow manage to get round this issue, it could be a great casual game. Expand