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Ruzzle: The Next Big Game

Ruzzle is the next big app to sweep across our student body, following the popular Snapchat. Ruzzle’s format is much like “Scramble with Friends.” Players make usernames and can set up their accounts with Facebook or Twitter, linking them to a wider variety of potential opponents. Each player must request to challenge a friend, and that friend can accept an invitation. Players can also compete against random opponents. Ruzzle is a free and can be played on both iPhones and Android mobile devices.

Each player gets the same random 4-letter x 4-letter board and has 2 minutes to form as many words as possible. To form words, players must swipe theirs finger across the screen. The letters of each word must be connected horizontally, vertically, or horizontally. No letter on the board may be used more than once in the same word. Much like “Words with Friends,” another popular multi-player word game, letters also have different point values.

Ruzzle’s object  is to score more points than your opponent over a cumulative 3 rounds. I highly recommend downloading Ruzzle. It won’t hurt to give it a try.

Written by Oliver Kornberg’16



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