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Hasbro Releases Chromecast Versions Of Risk, Game Of Life, And Scrabble Blitz 2, Offers One-Time Unlock For Unlimited Play

Risk, The Game Of Life, and Scrabble [Blitz 2...] are all classic board game franchises that would really benefit from the Chromecast treatment. And that's exactly what Hasbro's done today, releasing all three games in brand-new Chromecast "big screen" editions for Android. The best part? While they do have in-app purchases, they're the kind that make sense. While you can play all three games for free up to three times a day, one-time unlock IAPs offer players unlimited play (and usually some bonus content) from then on. It's $5.99 for Risk and Life, and $3.99 for Scrabble.

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The catch, of course, is that everybody who plays must pay for this unlock if they also want to play unlimited rounds of the games, meaning a family of four would need to pony up a little under $24 for everyone to get in on endless games of Risk or The Game Of Life, or a little over $15 for Scrabble Blitz 2.

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iOS Hit 'SpellTower' Comes To The Play Store, Marries Scrabble And Tetris For Your Brain-Busting Enjoyment

As a writer, I pretty much like words. That's my job. Well, it's not my job to like words, but it helps. It's my job to write words in a coherent and entertaining manner. But I digress, this isn't about stringing words together into sentences; it's about stacking words on top of each other in a Tetris-like game for the aspiring wordsmith. Sure, it may sound a bit confusing, but in reality the concept appears to be relatively simple.

The game is called SpellTower, and brings a funky twist to the traditional word game. It's like the dev threw Scrabble, Tetris, and a few crossword puzzles into a blender, and this is the result.

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EA Releases Official Scrabble App, We Are Liberated From The Buggy Shackles Of Words With Friends

Wordsmiths who like to take their vocabulary games with them no longer have to rely on Zynga's popular but super-buggy Words with Friends, as Electronic Arts has made good on its promise to release an official Scrabble app today.

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Coming in at the wonderful price of free, the app allows you to play Scrabble with your friends - be they iPhone or Android users - or with random online opponents. It also features Facebook integration for the social butterflies amongst you, and for those who like to socialize during their Scrabble sessions, the app also includes a chat feature.

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