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Every Word

4.1 out of 5 stars 1,898 customer reviews



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If you like word scrambles then Every Word is the game for you. Test your vocabulary as you try to find as many words from the scrambled letters in this fun and fast-paced word game.

You are given five to seven scrambled letters with the goal of finding as many words as you can. You score points by filling out the words in each empty spot on the board using only the letters that appear at the top of the game board. Keep at it until time runs out or until you fill up the board. The more words you make, the higher your score!

Your score is comprised of two components: first make a lot of words, second try to make the longest word possible. The best way to increase your score is to do both. Why? Because when you do, you earn the right to play a new level with a brand new set of letters. As long as you keep finding the longest word, you can move on to a new level and push your score higher and higher.


Please note: Every Word may contain content inappropriate for children.

Product details

  • Version: 1.5 (What's new in version 1.5)
  • Release Date: February 6, 2012
  • File Size: 637 kB
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Amazon Digital Services
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • ASIN: B003P37FW0
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher License: Read
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 1,898 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,637 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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I just finished reviewing Shuffle Row and had to try this free game out as well. Just like the other this one is just as fun and easy to use.

You don't have to leave the wireless on to play it, and unlike some other games I have tried on the Kindle it also works EXTREMELY well in the Kindle environment.

Another feature I like in games is that they be super easy to play. This one fits the bill. I don't want the actual game to be easy, just the way you go about playing it. Nothing kills my interest in a game more then having the learning curve on how to work the game be harder than the game itself.

Nice graphics in this one as well.

Sometimes after I finish a book I'm not ready to jump right into another, or it is getting too late at night to start another. Playing these games will be a nice filler, especially in the situation where it is just to distracting to read.

Nice Job!
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The reviews are correct, this game is extremely addictive. I managed to get to level 7, scoring 11,870 points, until I could not figure out the longest word which forced me to forfeit the game. The beauty part is that yes, it started me over, but it kept my high score, and I started a new board that I had not tried before. I assumed the Level 1 would be the same Level that I had already mastered, but I am happy to say it was not. You will love this "free" game and will get more caught up in the actualy game than reading!! You have been warned!!
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After 4 1/2 years, my Kindle Touch died and this was the only game on it, besides the books. Is there any way it could PLEASE be made available for the Kindle Fire? It is my go to for unwinding and de-stressing?
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Every Word is an okay game but much like Shuffled Row making words out scrambled letters gets old quickly. The law of diminishing returns comes into play quickly in Every Word. The objective is to find the longest word on each level. Doing so unlocks the next level. Scoring is determined by how long a word is. A 3 letter word is worth 60 points,a 4 letter word is worth 90 points,a 5 letter word is worth 140 points,a 6 letter word is worth 220 points,and a 7 letter word is worth 340 points. There are bonuses for finding every word on any given level. These bonuses are: 1000 points on levels 1 and 2,1500 points on levels 3,4,and 5,2000 points on levels 6,7,and 8,and 2500 points on levels 9 and 10. The shortest word on levels 1-4 will be 3 letters and this increase to 4 on levels 5-8 and 5 on levels 9-10. the longest word can be 5-7 letters on any level. No proper nouns such as July,profanities such as s***,or abbreviations such as DVD will appear on the board. Sometimes obscure words will be included and words that you think should be on the board won't be although the game is relatively fair. Overall Every Word starts out pretty fun and then gets old quickly. For a fun word game through and through try Thread Words.
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When not absorbed in a book, I seriously enjoy this game. Not only does it challenge my reflexes with the timed portion, but I feel it keeps my mind sharp. Sadly, my first kindle died when I had a top timed score over 20,000, but it's more incintive to do better. Although some of the words are a little questionable, and some real words they refuse to use, i.e. Rape, Groin, it's also weird by using some well-known foreign words (Peso, Mesa), but not others. It also uses a few abbreviations and some obscure words, but after you get used to it, it's absolutely no big deal. Think SKA, EMS, PRO, HOS, BROS, BRO, SIS, etc.

Once you get those tiny or strange words memorized, you're off to the races. I find it to be great for taking along to business meetings, when I arrive early or staff is late, doctor's appointments, etc. It beats doctors' offices filthy magazines (bacteria, not smut...lol) A recently published article stated reading those is like licking a doorknob. Maybe not that bad, but the dirtiest thing they've found. Ergot, I whip out my clean little kindle and read or play this or other word games. String Words is another favorite. I believe it would also be great for grammar school-age kids, because it makes the brain find words (a lot) with a fixed amount of letters. I like finding the I.N. and G. It usually leads you to the one or more longest word, which you need in order to advance to the next level.

It's free, enjoy and have fun!
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Seriously, I am not a word game type of person. Yes, I like to read (mostly post-apocalyptic fiction and good thrillers), and if I have free time after that, then a television show is good to wind down from a long and stressful day, assuming of course I am not playing a console or PC game. I downloaded this because of the price thinking I would never use it, and then one day for no apparent reason (sometimes it just takes too much mental energy to read or watch TV) I clicked on this game on my kindle. I started with the relaxed games (it is not timed and you can take as much time as you need to get words, and you can move to the next level if you get the largest word even if there are words you could not find). I don't know why - but I am addicted now. Every chance I get I work on these word puzzles. I really think it is great for your brain. I noticed that I am much better now after playing these word games for about a month. WARNING - don't try this is you don't have time to play the puzzles - it is totally addicting!
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