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Gameplay is split over a number of modes:

Classic - letters will constantly drop from the top of the screen getting faster the longer you last and the better you play. Earn multipliers and bonus tiles to clear the board with bonus chains and earn higher scores.

Time Attack - this is like Classic mode but with a twist, the clock is always ticking and you must try and keep it topped up by playing words; the longer the word the more time added to your clock. How long will you last?

Wordsearch- in this mode you start with a solid grid of letters and you have two minutes to find as many words as possible, each time you remove a word it will be replaced with fresh letters.

Pass N Play – In this mode take on a friend and see who ends up running out of time first in this multiplayer version of Time Attack mode.
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