Subcategories: articles on word games for mobile devices, online word games, printable word games and board games with words.
Articles about word games
You’ve probably reached word-grabber.com because you love words and word games. Building tools that help you to create words from letters, we’ve learned a lot about international and word games, online or offline, for educational purposes or just for fun with words and letters. In our game articles section we’d like to share our insights on games with words with you. Maybe you even find your next favorite game to fill your evening or coffee break here.
To provide an overview, we’ve categorized the games into three categories:
Like to play mobile word games on your iOS, Android or Blackberry? Here you can find word games that fit in your pocket.
Every player has their own reasons for playing games like Word Chums. Two gamers from the States told us why they play and what they like most about the word game Word Chums. Want to meet Karol and David? Just follow us! … read more
There are so many ways to find words in Words with Friends – and every one of us has his special way to succeed. We got to know five types of players. But maybe we forgot one? Just tell us. … read more
Sometimes it is tricky. You have several word options on your board and they have different word lengths, but Words with Friends scoring is the same. So what can you do? … read more
Saleem Ahmed is an agronomist and a passionate Scrabble player who doesn’t like to lose. Read the full interview to have a look behind the scenes in the life of a Scrabble player. … read more
After programming a website, Jeff Widderich and Andrew Stuart came up with an app to make words from letters. What do they think about letter games and how do they want to go on? Read the full interview and find out. … read more
We introduce you to word games you can access via your internet browser and can play alone or with friends from all around the world.
Have you ever heard of the Pixie Pit? This is a website where you can play Scrabble online - without the Scrabble app. Whole tournaments are played this way. We will show you how it works. … read more
Playing Words with Friends, but running out of ideas on how to score higher? Expand your vocabulary with unusual but high-scoring words with letters in Words with Friends. We explain the top five seven- to nine-letter words to you. … read more
If you play Words with Friends and you want to know how many letters are in Words with Friends: Have a look! We have the Words with Friends letter count available for you. … read more
Sometimes, the classic pencil and paper word games are the best.
He was twelve when he sent a crossword he had constructed on his own to the New York Times. Today David Steinberg is one of the best crossword constructers in the US at 19! We spoke with him about his work, crossword tournaments, and his Pre-Shortzian Puzzle Project. … read more
Have you ever puzzled over any crossword clues from New York Times crossword puzzles? Since 1993 Will Shortz has been the creator of those clues. We had the chance to speak with him about crossword puzzles and the American Crossword Puzzle Tournament taking place in April 2016. … read more
Our How to play Hangman article explains the rules to play hangman online or with pen and paper. … read more
This article will provide some simple tactics for the pen and pencil game Hangman. … read more
Whether you’re playing Scrabble or Boggle, solving cryptic crosswords or attempting the numerous word puzzles that you might find in a daily newspaper, one thing is for certain: the ability to rearrange a set of letters into some kind of recognizable pattern is a key skill. … read more
You prefer a more traditional way playing with words? Get useful and interesting information on board games with words.
Gerry Carter, 1998 Scrabble Champion of Asia and the Pacific, tells us some important things about Scrabble stems and learning the longer Scrabble words so you can get in the game. … read more
Th MSI Scrabble World Championship in Lille is over and the world has a new champion: Brett Smitheram won against his fellow countryman Mark Nyman with unusal words like … read more
Late this summer, the French city of Lille will be the center of the Scrabble world. The World Scrabble Championship and many other Scrabble events will take place there. We give you an overview of what is going to happen! … read more