Wordly - More Fun Than Your Mother's Word Game Cheats And Tips
Words speak louder than actions.
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There will be moments when you get stuck trying to play Wordly - More Fun Than Your Mother's Word Game against your opponents, be it A.I.-driven characters like Albert Einstein and Dracula, or random players and Facebook friends.
We're here to help. With these tips in mind, you'll have no problem spelling your way to victory.
-It's important to dominate the board early, so try to get started in a round by creating as big a word as possible. You don't have to worry about a time limit, so look around and see what you can create. Sometimes gaining a big lead will give you the momentum to finish the round strong.
-Watch out for the letters your opponent uses to create words. Unless the tiles are blocked off from being surrounded, you'll be able to overtake them by building new words. For instance, if they take over three tiles using "TOE," you can easily overtake by making a word like "STOLE", which takes the three tiles and adds two more.
-If a tile you'd like to access is locked, try building words that utilize the tiles surrounding it. Once you take control of one, the tile opens up. Unless your opponent tries to lock it back up with a competing word, it'll be wide open for you on the next turn.
-Don't forget to evolve words. For example, if you find "HELP," you can easily expand it to "HELPS" or "HELPING" if the right letters are on the board. The bigger the word, the better chance you have of winning the round.
-Bonus letters can get you out of a jam. You're entitled to three per round - with the option to buy more if you get stuck - and they'll help you complete your word if you come up short. You won't get any points for the bonus tile, but it'll help you gain some space with the other letters.
-Don't be afraid to use "word hunt." Once this power-up is activated, it points towards bigger words. Let's say you find "STAND" as a result of this power-up. That could lead to "UNDERSTAND" or "STANDING" very easily.
-Be sure to try out the Daily challenges. There are new ones each day, and completing them not only earns additional coins, but can also unlock Achievements. They also provide some good practice when you're not competing against friends.
-Don't be afraid to get into random match-ups. Your Facebook friends won't always be available - they have lives, you know - and these are a good way to pass the time while you wait for them. You can have more than 10 going at a time, and it won't cost you any "brain power" - unlike the single player campaign.
-When you have rounds where point tiles come into play, try to chain as many of them as possible. Between the number of tiles you have on the board and the points you earn in a round, you'll dominate even the toughest opponents with ease - which in turn will push your ranking even higher.