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Wordscapes: What Is It?
Wordscapes is essentially a free-to-play word puzzle game, but it has a few distinctive elements that set it apart from the competition.

The best feature of this game is how serenely it is set against an ocean, mountain, or forest to allow the user to "escape" while they play. The beautiful backdrop of this game differs on each level.

On an Android or iOS device, Wordscapes can be played whenever and anywhere (yes, it is that addictive). In this game, the player must search through a collection of letters arranged in the form of a wheel for the words. Each word on the board is connected to the one before it, providing a growing number of hints.

How Does It Function?
If you are considering how to play, this game is actually fairly simple. The challenge in this involves creating words from the letters on a wheel of letters or by swiping the letters in different directions to create a word, just like you would in an anagram.

In a crossword puzzle, the blank spaces serve as a guide to aid in word completion; if the word is correct, one can advance to the next round. Because there are only a few words to find in each level, the game is quick.

Additionally, there is an option to ask for a "hint" if someone is having trouble. Keep in mind that asking for a hint costs money; this is because hints are rarely given for free. There are four different categories of power-ups. The first one is the Bullseye suggestion, which allows you to choose the empty spot you want to disclose a letter in. An complete word is revealed with a lightbulb clue.

The final option is Spelling Bee, which reveals letters and scatters coins over some of the hardest words in the game. Finally, Rocket Pops displays a group of letters arranged in random order.

Three Quick Ways to Complete the Level
The game becomes harder as you complete each level. This game is not about time, you are not penalized for taking your time, or points and coins are not deducted to try some nonsense words. Wordscapes has different rules; the following are a few tips to keep in mind so you can quickly get as far as possible in the game.

When the player has the letters that are given, see if you figure out a word, especially a possible longest word. This helps to determine what other letter the individual have in the puzzle. You can seek help from scrabble helper which is an amazing tool that can help you with some of the simplest to trickiest scrabble words that can be found using the word maker.
The addition of a "s" is the second strategy for speeding through a level. Try making a singular word plural, as it may help out in the bonus round.
The cleverest thing to beat the level quickly is to consider abbreviations. If one has experience in Scrabble, there are abbreviations in the dictionary that may be counted as their own word. Same as this, try abbreviations in Wordscapes such as “sub” or “demo.”

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