In Word Wonks you are presented with many different Scrabble-like puzzles in which you need to get a higher score than your computer opponents. There are 24 opponents to defeat and over 50 board layouts with randomly assigned tile-sets.
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Description: Ever seen those chess puzzles in the newspaper where they present you with a situation and you have to solve the dilemma? Well, we thought we would do the same thing with the popular word game, Scrabble. In the process we added 24 computer opponents for you to compete against in your efforts to become the #1 ranked Word Wonks Champion of the world. Are you up to the challenge? It's a tough one, even for seasoned Scrabble players.
With each opponent you are given 5 different Scrabble puzzles to solve. Will your score be high enough at the end of 5 rounds to defeat your opponent and move up in the rankings? There are 24 computer opponents, 50 different board layouts and some randomness in the tile sets presented, so the puzzles are never the same. There is also a solitaire mode which presents a real challenge in that you have to think ahead to get a real good score and make the hall of fame.
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