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Submitted by triverse 428d ago | review

Spellwood Review by Gaming on Batteries

Triverse writes, "Spellwood also doesn’t follow the lead of other titles in the word game area. Here, tiles are usually removed after the next move so the board is constantly being changed, strategies updated and reworked and even scrapped because letters you were depending on are now gone from the board. This is great as it keeps the game flowing and moving forward rather than becoming a search for an open tile to place that last “Z” tile or “X” one to finish your pile. That is the key here though, if you run out of tiles and your opponent is still alive, or has tiles, then you lose so spell big words and drop some major pain on your opponent as quickly as possible." (Android, iPad, iPhone, Spellwood: Word Adventure Game) 79/100

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