Playing Scrabble alone in the dark may be miserable in real life, but QatQi makes it a smart and satisfying endeavor.
Decent tweaks on the Scrabble framework don’t coalesce into a particularly potent brew.
Letterpress is now the only two-player word game in town, in our eyes. (Almost literally – we’re so addicted we’re often not playing much else.)
Huge amounts of fun at parties, whether the room is full of kids or adults. Stable and well designed to boot.
A bit like Tetris for word-game nuts, and every bit as compulsive as that classic block-puzzler.
Paying for power-ups can kill the balance, but avoiding that annoyance, Word Off is a fun and strategic term battler.
Successfully combining two genres in gaming can be a little like magic; sadly, this game is more like AbraWRONGabrA.
Compelling, and with endless hilarity. The sheer range of possibilities with different partners means there’s longevity here, too.