More Challenging than expected

It may be challenging, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t fun to beat Scribibble!

The new version of Scribibble has a drag-n-drop interface and an easy mode for a new gameplay experience. You’re also able to chose between an alphabetical tile board or the more natural qwerty tile board.

Scribibble is an addictive, hidden, unique, five-letter word game. Scribibble selects a word from over 3,700 possible five-letter words and asks you to guess what word has been selected. You have twenty tries to guess which word it is. After each guess Scribibble tells you how many letters in your guess are correct. It is up to you to figure out which letters are right and which letters are wrong.

You have at your disposal a tile tray to aid you in your search for the right word. The “Known Letters” portion is where you can store letter tiles you are sure are correct. Don’t worry, if you are wrong you are able to clear the slot and rearrange the tiles. The “Tile Alphabet” is a list of letters that can be turned off when you know they are not in the hidden word. Again, the letters can be turned back on if you decide you have made a mistake.

Scribibble is a fun way to build your vocabulary. Let’s face it, do you know 3,700 five-letter words, all with unique letters? Probably not. Scribibble will make you think, hard, and along the way you will pick up a “bunch, or “hoard”, or “stack” of new words. (You get the idea)

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