Facebook users and proud owners of smart phones came across Words With Friends at least once in their digital life. This Scrabble-like game is one of the most famous word games on the internet since it is played by millions of people around the world. Here are two questions that provide a short insight into the rules of this fantastic game: How many letter tiles are available? and How does the point system works?
How many letter tiles are available in Words With Friends?
All in all there are 104 letters in Words With Friends. 102 tiles are displaying the 26 letters of the English alphabet. Additionally, there are two tiles that can replace one of these letters from the alphabet each. Below you can find the distribution of letters:
How does the Words With Friends point system works?
Placing your seven provided tiles on the board game will gain you points. However, first of all you have to make a word with these letters. Since every letter has a certain value (e.g. Z earns you 10 points or A earns you 1 point) a short word may sum up to a higher value than a longer word. The word LEARN has a total value of 7 points. If you make a word with the letters Z, or J, for example JEEZ, you will receive more than twice of the points as for LEARN, though JEEZ is shorter but more valuable. See the letter point relation below:
There are also premium squares on the board:
DW=Double Word, and
This feature can boost your score to a much higher amount and will bring you closer to win Words With Friends.
Another possibility to earn points in Words With Friends occurs whenever a player uses all 7 tiles on their rack in a single turn. 35 points will be rewarded.
If there is this frustrating moment in a game where you ask yourself How the hell do I make a word with these letters? – On our page you find a Words With Friends helper. To find words for the popular word game Words With Friends you simply type in the letters. You can optimize the results of the Words With Friends cheat using a pattern the results should fit in or choosing one of the options like the number of blank tiles. For detailed information you can also visit the Scrabble helper instructions describing the same functionalities.
Have fun making words with letters!