Games.com exclusive: If you loved and miss SCRABBLE on Games.com, get ready to be wowed with wonderful word fun from ‘Just Words’. Just Words is a new Games.com word game for one or two players where you score point by making new words using singularly lettered tiles on a board.
Tips and Tricks
Know the Power Tiles
There are ten tiles that separate themselves from the rest. Get to know and cherish them when they land on your word bar. The Power Tiles are: the four Ss, J, Q, X, Z, and the two blank tiles. Whenever you play J or Q you receive 10 points and 8 points for using X....
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Just Words Tips and Tricks
if playing against the computer this game is totally rigged, since the computer withholds letters, and knows which tiles you have while you do not know what it has. so rather than a relaxing, civilized game you find yourself constantly frustrated by the total unfairness of it, sort of like life in general. i won't be playing anymore.
Re: Just Words 1: Why do the letters turn green sometimes? and 2: quite often they freeze up in the box when tryng to set up a word and 3: sometimes when I try to bring over letters to board, they won't stay and keep going back to letter box.? Love the game--it is addictive, but obviously fun!! Thanks for any help. Jane @ email@example.com
click on chat, and (HOLDING DOWN LEFT MOUSE BUTTON) drag mouse over relevant
text (it will be highlighted in blue)
again....this will give you a few options....LEFT click on the "copy"
new email, using your normal email programme......in the text area(where you normally type your message )RIGHT click (this will give you a few
options) ....then LEFT click on the "paste" option. You should now be
able to see the text you have copied from the chat area.
address bar type : firstname.lastname@example.org
sorry to say i wont be back on here anytime soon. I cant finish a game as the lag is so bad i cant lay a tile. then it d/c's me. was nice getting to know you. shame its the end for me but take care and enjoy what you can. 'm off to another site for a while at least.
Upon loading up the game and probably startling Google Chrome itself with the absurdness of what I was playing, the word disappointment temporarily fell out of my vocabulary because after even 30 seconds of playing my head was filled with rainbows, amazement, and awe at how simultaneously simple and entertaining the experience was. Aside from the frightening array of colours that would distress even the hardiest of retinas, everything about this game is unbelievably simple and easy to grasp. Taking the fact that you are a mechanical unicorn as given, you are thrown into a bubblegum world of fantasy and sparkle which, upon witnessing it with your own eyes, will make you understand what those Skittles talk about when they bang on about "tasting the rainbow". As a robot unicorn, your job is to simply run endlessly across terrain, jumping intermittently when the ground beneath you ends and landing on the next platform. The jumps become increasingly difficult as you progress, with terrain and giant star-shaped obstacles getting in your way.
I totally disagree. I never feel frustrated playing against the computer. It seems so easy. I sometimes wonder why it's so easy to beat the computer. I can hardly ever beat a real person but never lose to the computer
you can drag tiles from the TILE RACK (where they originally appear) to the board, but NOT from the top space over the tile-rack unless the tiles you placed up there form a full word. If it's a valid word the top space is highlighted in yellow & the whole word can be dragged to the board in one go. Hope this helps.
@firstflakes1116 Well plenty can and do... including those you so readily accuse of "cheating", just because they're educated and articulate enough to know words you're unfamiliar with. You were doing that to a friend of mine the other day who I know for a fact does NOT cheat. You're a childish sore loser who would rather accuse others of cheating, than work on improving your own vocabulary. Instead of alienating these people, you could try being a nice, friendly, decent good sport [if that's not too much of a stretch for you] and learning new words from these people, to expand your own vocabulary. I've noticed yours is mostly comprised of some choice 4-letter words that you resorted to using on anyone who put you in your place. So "classy" and "mature". *rolls eyes* Now quit whining and GROW UP.
@vrher4 Thank you so much Gina. I really appreciate your kind words. One never really knows what's around the corner. We really should learn to live for the moment ...and more important, I think...to live IN the moment. It's been a tough time, it's true, but everyone has to go through it, sooner or later, and we are blessed to have a lot of good memories, and lots of family and friends around to support one another. Thanks again.
@huckle_berry@vrher4 I don't know you yet, huckle_berry, but I am sorry to see this sad news. Having been there more than once myself, I know how difficult such a loss is and you have my condolences as well. And hi, Gina... it's been a while, hasn't it? I'll try to be around a little more often. Take care, both of you.