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Achievements in Words with Friends

Look at the Achievements in Words with Friends

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Premium Squares are Achievemnts for Beginners in Words with Friends

We all want to win Words with Friends, but did you know that there are more achievements in Words with Friends than there are bonus fields? We had a look at all the points you can get, not just in one game but in several games. Those bonuses haven’t changed over the last few years, only the look and feel of the app has changed. So let’s have a closer look.

1.      Bonuses you achieve with letters

First, this is essential, since it is a word game no letters, no points, no bonuses. But how can I double or triple my word count? Or earn even more points on it? Maybe you have noticed that sometimes a number pops up that doesn’t match the summed up count of your letters. Maybe you’ve hit a “Twice Is Nice” without having noticed it?

  • Triple Double: 1 point – Play a word across 3 Double Letter tiles.
  • Triple Triple: 10 points – Play a word across 2 Triple Letter tiles and 1 Triple Word tile.
  • Twice Is Nice: 15 points – Play a word across 2 Double Word tiles.
  • Triple Threat: 25 points – Play a word across a Triple Word tile.
  • Double Threat: 25 points – Play a word across a Double Word tile.
  • Attack of the Tiles: 25 points – Play a word across a Triple Letter tile.
  • Bingo: 25 points – Play a word using all seven tiles.

As you can see, even if you don’t have the best word or the best combination of letters, by hitting more than one bonus square you receive extra points!

2.      Bonuses you achieve with words

Putting letters on the board is not the end. If you use all seven tiles to play a word, you receive your 25 points extra. And if your word was worth 70 points (due to high score letters and/or premium squares) you will again receive 25 extra points!

The strategy in Words with Friends doesn’t end with letters. To make more of your words and to gain the achievements in Words with Friends you have to place your words strategically.

  • 80 Point Word: 15 points – Play a word worth 80 points.
  • 20 Point Word: 25 points – Play a word worth 20 points.
  • 70 Point Word: 25 points – Play a word worth 70 points.
  • 30 Point Word: 30 points – Play a word worth 30 points.
  • 50 Point Word: 30 points – Play a word worth 50 points.
  • 60 Point Word: 30 points – Play a word worth 60 points.
  • 40 Point Word: 30 points – Play a word worth 40 points.
  • 90 Point Word: 45 points – Play a word worth 90 points.
  • 100 Point Word: 45 points – Play a word worth 100 points.

3.      Bonuses you achieve for points

Now we have looked at the achievements in Words with Friends based on letters and on words. But the game hasn’t ended yet! Words with Friend isn’t just a player-to-player game, but there is a high score list where you appear. For this ranking it is crucial not only to win your game, but to win your game with as many points as possible. Then if you win with many, many points, you will receive extra points. 350 points is the minimum you have to earn in order to receive extra points. And it seems to be the best, as it gives you the most points relatively speaking.

  • 350 Point Game: 10 points – Finish a game with a score of 350 points.
  • 400 Point Game: 1 point – Finish a game with a score of 400 points.
  • 450 Point Game: 1 point – Finish a game with a score of 450 points.
  • 500 Point Game: 1 point – Finish a game with a score of 500 points.
  • 550 Point Game: 1 point – Finish a game with a score of 550 points.
  • 600 Point Game: 1 point – Finish a game with a score of 600 points.

4.      Bonuses you achieve against your opponent

Usually you play Words with Friends against your friends, regularly or not. You can score even more if you win with a big difference between you and your opponent. And you receive extra points if you win more often against one opponent, or if he/she was leading and then you take off with a highly scored word and take the lead from him/her.

  • 450 Point Cumulative Game: 25 points – Finish a game with a combined score of 450 points between you and your opponent.
  • 600 Point Cumulative Game: 15 points – Finish a game with a combined score of 600 points between you and your opponent.
  • Can’t Stop Me!: 30 points – Take the lead away from an opponent.
  • 650 Point Cumulative Game: 10 points – Finish a game with a combined score of 650 points between you and your opponent.
  • 550 Point Cumulative Game: 15 points – Finish a game with a combined score of 550 points between you and your opponent.
  • 400 Point Cumulative Game: 25 points – Finish a game with a combined score of 400 points between you and your opponent.
  • 350 Point Cumulative Game: 25 points – Finish a game with a combined score of 350 points between you and your opponent.
  • 300 Point Cumulative Game: 30 points – Finish a game with a combined score of 300 points between you and your opponent.
  • Word Ace: 1 point – Win 5 games.
  • 500 Point Cumulative Game: 25 points – Finish a game with a combined score of 500 points between you and your opponent.
  • Superstar: 10 points – Win 10 games.
  • Dominated: 1 point – Win four games against the same player.
  • Bamboozled: 1 point – Win five games against the same player.
  • Master of Words: 1 point – Win 15 games.
  • Grandmaster of Words: 1 point – Win 20 games.
  • Twice Is No Mistake: 25 points – Win two games against the same player.
  • I Am Your Boss: 10 points – Win three games against the same .

All these points add up at the end of the game and put you in the right position in the high score list

Gather Your Achievements in Words with Friends

Words with Friends doesn’t provide you with an overview of all the achievements you have reached, but you can share them with your friends. If you have sharing allowed in the app you can post your achievements directly to your favorite social media. Or publish your achievements in Words with Friends in your own blog, telling other users how you achieved the extra points.
Let’s hear it from you! Which extra bonuses have you achieved? What was your scoring word?

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