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About Word Crack

You can play whenever you want and against whomever you want: It is an asynchronous, cross-platform, multi-player game. You can play against your friends or against random opponents. And there are unlimited simultaneous games!

Combine the letters in your rack with the ones in the board, and use the bonus squares to get more points. You can double and even triple the value of the letters you use or the words you make! Besides, if you manage to use all the letters on the rack in one same move, Word Crack will reward you with 40 extra points.

Word Crack has an intuitive and sophisticated interface, and has animations so you can revive your best moves.

You can play in 16 different languages: Spanish, American English, Catalan, French, Italian, German, Portuguese, Russian, Galician, Basque, Brazilian Portuguese, British English, Norwegian, Swedish, Dutch and Danish

If you like Word Crack, check out Word Crack Mix, Trivia Crack and Trivia Crack 2!

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very smooth....no issues
princeton eleke
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Great
Trula Pectol
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Why all of a sudden does not accept simple words. Every time you play it comes up invalid,very annoying
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