Welcome to our October newsletter.
Coming in February, Word Monaco Solitaire for Pocket PC. As a subscriber you will be one of the first to see it. Until then, try the fantastic free online version. No information is collected, just pure fun online play.
||Super Duper WordPop!
Why Super Duper? Because WordPop! was a finalist in Pocket PC Magazines Best Software of 2006. It was an honor to be nominated and an even bigger honor to be selected as one of three finalists. Although we didn't win, it sure was great to be recognized by a leading publisher.
Download the Pocket PC version here.
||WordPop! Strategies - Tip 2 of 5 - Hard Letters
Use difficult letters early. Letters like Q, Z, J, X and V are harder to use than other letters because there are fewer words that use them. For example, how many words can you think of with Q. Now compare that to words starting with B. Plus 99% of the time the letter Q is followed by a U. You have to work to get a U next to the Q to make a word like QUOTE or QUICK. However, if you get stuck WordPop accepts the word QAT (which is a type of shrub). If you see the letter Z, check to see if there is another one. If there are two Zs you can make high scoring words like BUZZING. Having difficult letters near the end of the round is very difficult because there are few 2, 3, and 4 letters words with Q, Z, J, X, and V in them. Often you are forced to use a blank tile. Use those difficult letters as soon as possible. WordPop! is available for Palm and Pocket PC. Look for tip #3 in the next newsletter.
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||CONGRATULATION's to this Months Winners
Congratulations to this month's winner. Each winner received a copy of a Smart Box Design's Palm or Pocket PC game.
This month's winner:
- Casey Harris
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