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    chivvy
    Free Computer Scrabble Game
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    • 20th Apr 06, 10:03 PM
    Free Computer Scrabble Game 20th Apr 06 at 10:03 PM
    Have been enjoying this great free computer version of scrabble. It actually has 3 very similar games on it :- Hotspots, Scrabble & Literati but I've only been using the scrabble.

    Go to this link http://www.hotspotswordgame.com/down..._word_game.htm and then click on the Hotspots Free Edition 1.5 link(in yellow)

    When you have installed it, to change to scrabble, just go to "choose game" on the menu. if you get good you can change things a bit on "configure" on the menu (but you can only go up to level 3 or good) on the free edition.

    It's very addictive and the computer player "Speedo" takes about 1 second to do his turn.

    It says the paid up version eliminates "adult" words but my mum has been addicted to it and she hates swearing, nothing dodgy has appeared as yet and she's been playing it for around 2 weeks now lol.

    Last edited by MSE Archna; 25-04-2006 at 4:48 PM.
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