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Game – Words with Friends for Android
A group game is always welcome when hanging out with friends. XDA member kalipedia let us know about Words with Friends for your Android device. A kind of online scrabble game of word building, triple score seeking including chat bubbles and multiple games happening at once. You can either search for users to play with using your contact list, or search by user name. If you don’t know anyone with the game yet, you can play a random opponent. No doubt a good option to have in mind.
You can find the ad supported free version in the market.
Originally posted by kalipedia
[game] words with friends
Out now in the market, but has major issues right off the bat, notably no sound or notification settings. Sort of ridiculous to launch without those!
Sent from my HTC Vision using XDA App
[EDIT] – Here’s the link: https://market.android.com/details………….
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