Summary: I really enjoy this game-I had to buy this newer version as my old scrabble wasn't so compatible to this 2010 system. It has developed by spelling-but I do need to concentrate of learning the meaning of the words the computer generates. Great game for kids I encourage my grandchildren to play.
Summary: I enjoy scrabble and this game allows playing against all different levels. One can practice at home and learn from the included dictionary when "computer" opponent lays down tiles for unknown word.
Summary: It's not a bad version but it gives repeat letters, e.g., three a's, much too often. Also, it would be nice to see the last play by having it appear somehow on the board, not in the opponent's space.
Summary: This is the second online scrabble game that I have purchased. I must say that I like the other one, Hasbro Scrabble CE, better than this version. However, the price was good and the product was delivered promptly.
Summary: For anyone who loves the classic Scrabble game this one is cluttered with hokey variations. The visual effect is poor, the vocabulary is filled with phony words, the moves of the opponent are obscure. I'd love to give it back!
Summary: Where's the plus? It's an OK game, but the one on my Kindle is better. I'm not sure what it is, but there's just something missing from this one. It doesn't flow like regular Scrabble. It doesn't have the feel of the original game.
Summary: What ever country this game came from, they don't speak English. Many of the words the computer uses are not English words and would never be used in a proper game of Scrabble. For example the computer put down "scand" Definition that came with the game was to scrutinize. It also allows the computer to use foreign words. It's to bad Hasboro has stooped so loe.!!!!