Florida based game developers Napland Games have debuted their interesting twist on the classic word game Scrabble, called Wordspionage on the Play Store.
Unlike the usual word guessing, you can take the game up to a sneaky level by spying on your opponent’s tiles. The game includes a special feature called Special Operations that lets you make use of in-game currency called Wordspionage Dollars (WS$) to switch one of your tiles with that of your opponent’s, shuffle the remaining multipliers on the board, make the left over multipliers on the board invisible and unavailable to your opponent, and take away half your opponent’s score on the last turn in a bid to emerge victorious; a darn sneaky way to win a game, but fun nevertheless.
You initially start off with a thousand WS$, but if you run out of money you can play the Mission Round and hit the Bonus Wheel to earn more.
Wordspionage can be played against three opponents and you can play up to 30 games simultaneously. With plenty of innovative features to test and tease your word building and strategic skills, Wordspionage should give you more than its share of wordly entertainment for $1.99. You could also give the demo version a try before you buy.