Test your vocabulary with Scrapple, the tactical Mobile App word game that requires the strategic skills of Checkers and mind as good as a dictionary.
Prepare for a duel of word with friends
Scrapple lets you play by yourself and evaluate your English vocabulary skills. A timer runs while you play so you know how much time you take to finish a game of 100 tiles. This way you sharpen your Scrabble skills when you play with your friends.
When in doubt you may refer to an inbuilt dictionary that Scrapple comes with.
So, think you have what it takes to become a master? Jump into Scrapple today and stand your ground on the battlefield!
Play board style - Official Rules
The main strategy is to play words that have the highest possible score based on the combination of letters.
There are 100 tiles that are used in the game and 98 of them will contain letters and point values. There are 2 blank tiles that can be used as wild tiles to take the place of any letter. When a blank is played, it will remain in the game as the letter it substituted for.
Below are the point values for each letter that is used in a Scrabble game.
0 Points - Blank tile.
1 Point - A, E, I, L, N, O, R, S, T and U.
2 Points - D and G.
3 Points - B, C, M and P.
4 Points - F, H, V, W and Y.
5 Points - K.
8 Points - J and X.
10 Points - Q and Z.
Extra Point Squares
Some squares offer multipliers. Should a tile be placed on these squares, the value of the tile will be multiplied by 2x (DL - Light Blue Squeres) or 3x (TL - Blue Squares). Some squares will also multiply the total value of the word and not just the single point value of one tile. Like DW (Pink Squares) and TW (Red Squares).
While you may withdraw a Tile placed on other squares, you may not withdraw Tiles placed on Extra Point Squares.
Start the game by tapping on ’TAP TO PLAY’
Drag a Tile from among the seven in the tile rack at the bottom and place at the centre of the board.
Click on Play button on the top right.
Then drag another Tile from the tile rack and try to create a word in continuation of the tile placed at the centre and click on Play button on the top right.
Should you want to withdraw an already placed tile, just tap on that tile and it will revert to the tile rack.
You may keep creating words in this manner by dragging one tile at a time from the tile rack and clicking on Play button each time you place a tile on the board.
In case you find that no word can be formed with any of the tiles on the tile rack, you may tap Shuffle button on the top of the screen to shuffle the tiles.
If you are unsure of any word, you may always refer to the inbuilt dictionary by tapping on the Dictionary button on top left of the screen.