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Shuffled Row

4.0 out of 5 stars 706 customer reviews



Product Description

Can you keep up with Shuffled Row? See how many words you can make from 60 lettered tiles.

The tiles are added to your row one at a time so you'll constantly be working with a new set of letters. After you submit a word, the letters you used will be removed and new ones will be added. Increase your score by using less common letters. Create longer words and increase your score even more.

If you don't use the letters fast enough, they'll disappear and new ones will take their place, so you'll have to decide if you want to play it safe and use short words or try to wait for more letters to form longer words.

Test your vocabulary and how well you can think on your feet with Shuffled Row - try it today!


Product Details

  • Version: 1.2 (What's new in version 1.2)
  • Release Date: February 3, 2012
  • File Size: 674 kB
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Amazon Digital Services
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • ASIN: B003P38AAG
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher License: Read
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 706 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,739 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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By Robin L. McLaughlin on August 3, 2010
Before I talk about the game I thought I should mention that I'm one of those people who likes the fact that Amazon has designed the Kindle to focus completely on reading and I have no wish for the Kindle to become a multi-purpose device. With that said, I'm not against "frivolous" additions to the Kindle as long as implementing them doesn't take away from the core design and I prefer they remain optional.

I downloaded both the games that were added to the store yesterday and of the two I like Shuffled Row a lot more. I've had the games less than 24 hours and have already played many rounds. I was surprised to find that the game was slightly addicting, though I expect that will wear off when it's not so new.

Shuffled Row is sort of a mashup between Scrabble, Boggle, and Bananagrams, but with the twist of there being some guy standing there swiping your letters if you don't use them fast enough.

You have a sort of Scrabble tray of letters that are added one at a time and once the last one is added the first letters start dropping off. So you have to use them before they disappear off your tray. There is a progress bar that moves at the bottom of each letter so you can see when they will appear and disappear. There's a box at the top that tells you how many more letters you have left, out of the 60 total, and a list at the bottom shows which words you've made and how many points you got for each one.

Three letter words don't get many points. Using more letters multiplies your word score. So four letters gets a 2x multiplier and so on. Just like in Scrabble, different letters have different point values assigned. So if you can make 5 letter or more words using high point letters you can get some good scores.
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I downloaded this yesterday along with Every Word.

I have to say that I liked Every Word much more than this one. With that said, it is a neat kind of game although not nearly as relaxed as Every Word. You have to be really moving your brain to make words out of the given letters before they drop.

I guess what I'm happiest about is that both of these games have given me (yet another) excuse to bring my Kindle with me wherever I go.

Hey, it's a free download. So get it for your Kindle and give it a try.
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Good graphics. No need to turn Wireless on or open web browser. overall a very good game except that i have to practice typing without looking on the small kindle buttions so that I will be better able to keep track of the new letters as they appear on screen.

***Update I see in some of the reveiws that people are mad that the games description does not tell you that it will not work on K1 or any of the apps. This is true, however the page does let you know this on the "Available on these devices" link under the price. If you click on it you will see neither the K1 or apps listed**
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I never expected to play games on my Kindle, let alone one as well-designed and fun as this one...and (as of this writing) FREE! What a cool gift to Kindle owners! Simple to learn but challenging, this one's hard to put down. I also enjoyed Every Word, but this one involves more creativity and strategy. I highly recommend it: It's the best word game I've played since Bookworm.
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This game is fun,and well worth the download price of $0.00. Others have described this game well enough, so I'll just say that it's perfectly suited to kindle. It uses the keyboard,doesn't need fancy graphics, and makes you feel smart. Between Shuffled Row and Every Word, Shuffled Row is the better game, but both are entertaining and challenging word games.
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I really like these type of games.

You don't have to leave the wireless on to play it, and that is a plus for me. Unlike some other games I have tried on the Kindle it works EXTREMELY well in the Kindle environment and is super easy to play. The graphics are good too.

I love these kind of games and play similar ones on my Nintendo DS. Now I don't have to take my DS with me when I travel....oh no, I think I'm sounding like an Iphone/IPod/Ipad fan (wanting a do it all device....shudder) It will make for a nice distraction between books or when it is to distracting to read.

Nice Job any how!
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Shuffled Row is a word game for the Kindle that is sort of like a speed version of Scrabble. You start the game off with sixty letter tiles that pop up in the nine spaces on the screen. Based on those letters you have to create a word. The trick is that the first tile is on the clock and if you don't type in a word fast enough, that tile drops off. The game is completely addicting and engrossing. You start playing and before you know it, three hours have passed on by. To make this game even more worth the while, it's a free download.
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I absolutely love Shuffled Row. I have been playing regularly for months and have gotten quite good at it, probably because many years ago I used to be good at Scrabble and play in tournaments. When I first downloaded Shuffled Row to my kindle I got a bit addicted, to the point where I now limit myself to no more than 5 games a day.

Here are a few things that I have found that will help you get a higher score:

The game seems very fast when you are new to it but the longer you play and the more proficient you get with the keyboard you will find that you usually have plenty of time. If you play frequently you'll find eventually that you can type a 7 or 8 letter word in the space between when the last letter is revealed and when the first letter drops off.

Since the game automatically multiplies your score as you have longer words (2 times for 4 letters, 3 times for 5 letters, etc.) try not to ever make words with less than 4 or 5 letters. If you play for a while you will see that is relatively easy to make 5 and 6 letter or more words.

As the letters reveal themselves start thinking about letters and sequences that can lengthen your word. S obviously is always desirable to tack on to the end of a word. You should always be looking for ER to put at the end of a word. For example if the the first 3 letters that come up are E R S there is a good chance that you can make a 6 or 7 letter word by finding 3 or 4 letters to put in front of ERS. As the letters are revealing themselves think about what letters you would like to see to make a long word. I N G is another great sequence to look for that should net you a 6 or 7 letter word ending in those letters.

Q is your friend.
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