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Your mission, if you choose to take it, is to make the best and longest words you can with the tiles you have before the Tiki Hammer Brothers destroy them.

How to play
1It's as simple as forming words. Or is it? Form words in the tiles that are at the bottom of the screen using the changing letters that appears at each side of the screen.
2Once you have a word tap the up arrow or slide the board to the side to submit it and get the points.
3Words are awarded points based on the number of letters, point value of the letter, and the multiplier (the number of consecutive word made). The longer the words, the more points you get. The more words in a row you form, the more points you get. And it’s all about the points, right? Wrong!
4You have to be quick or the Tiki Hammer Brothers will get you.
Let's see if your nerves can handle the Tiki Hammer Brothers ever chasing down your tiles.

Double tap a letter in your board to dismiss it.

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Custom real world dictionary
Available in 6 languages: English, French, Spanish, Italian, German and Portuguese.
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