Monday, July 30, 2007

Online Scrabble



Tired of solitaire?

Do you like to play Scrabble?

Click here to play Scrabble online.

5 comments:

Cygnus said...

I also like any good version of Mah Jong or Yahtzee.

And here's one that is simultaneously frustrating and addictive: Stackopolis.

LifeisgreatTAC said...

I tried, but my computer didn't cooperate. And dh said, "Not now." So, I guess I'll have to play later maybe. Remember that one with the Queen's Jewels or something? I lost that link. I really enjoyed it for a while. To you have it any more?

4HisChurch said...

Alas, I've never learned Mah Jong...I'm not sure about Yahtzee. I'll have to try Stackopolis.

Lifeisgreat: I don't think I do have the Queen's Jewels link. But it was fun and addictive.

I thought of you when I found this Scrabble link. I think you'll enjoy it once you get a chance to try it.

4HisChurch said...

Ok, I found a Queen's Jewels link:

http://www.supergames24.com/free_games/online_game/921

LifeisgreatTAC said...

Thanks! That was fun. Level 4! Also, Cygnus, I tried Stackopolis -- you are right, addictive and frustrating. I was thinking, "Come on, I should be able to do this."

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