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After playing thousands of games, I'm convinced Scrabble blows Words With Friends out of the water for 3 clear reasons

After playing thousands of games, I'm convinced Scrabble blows Words With Friends out of the water for 3 clear reasons




Words With Friends is one of the most popular mobile games ever, and is very similar to the game that inspired it, Scrabble.




I'm a nationally ranked tournament Scrabble player, and I can safely say playing Scrabble is way more satisfying than playing Words With Friends.




I prefer Scrabble because it rewards skill over luck, is fairer for both players, and its dictionary won't cause as many headaches as the one Words With Friends uses.



Words With Friends is one of the most popular mobile games of all time, with around 13 million users playing the word game each month.
Anyone who's played Words With Friends knows it bears a strong resemblance to Scrabble, the timeless board game that debuted in 1938.
But take a closer look and you'll see that there are several differences between the two games, from the types of words they allow to the strategies required to win.
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