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Scrabble® GO - New Word Game Wiki

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  • Category: Games
  • Last Updated: 2021-07-26
  • New version: 1.35.6
  • File size: 297.84 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later. and Android 4.4. KitKat or later

Scrabble® GO - New Word Game


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Scrabble® GO - New Word Game is an iPhone and Android Games App, made by Scopely. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - Scopely, with the latest current version being 1.35.6 which was officially released on 2021-07-26. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 183944 Reviews on the Apple App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4.5 out of a possible 5 stars.

Video Manual: How to Use the Scrabble® GO - New Word Game App

How does it Work?

Welcome to Scrabble GO, the new and updated version of the world’s favorite word game!


Play the classic Scrabble game you know and love! With the official board, tiles, and Scrabble word dictionaries, only Scrabble GO delivers the authentic crossword game experience.


Easily play games with your Facebook friends and family! Expand your Scrabble friends with the new Favorite feature, which makes staying connected a snap. Express yourself in-game with fun and easy-to-use chat emojis and phrases.


Personalize your Scrabble experience with custom tiles! Unlock chests to collect a variety of visually stunning tiles, then show off your new tiles to other players in-game as you compete!


Feeling competitive? Test your skills in one of four exciting new word games:

- Duels - A fast-paced, head-to-head Scrabble! You’ll be matched up against players of similar skill and play five turns each. But hurry up, because each turn is on a timer. Victories in Duels unlock prize chests!

- Word Drop - An ever-changing word search game. Your used tiles are replaced, shifting the remaining letters and opening up new possibilities!

- Tumbler - Like anagrams? This new mode challenges you to find as many high-scoring words from a rotating set of letters in a limited amount of time. Score bonuses for word length and unique words!

- Rush - In this solo Scrabble mode, your only ally - or enemy - is yourself. Play off your own words and try to set up high-scoring plays on a smaller 11x11 board. With a limited amount of time and turns, every move counts!


Climb your way up the League leaderboards by playing in Arena Tournaments! Leagues are updated weekly, and the higher you rank, the more XP and chests you gain, as well as an exclusive League Frame to show off your progress.


Play Scrabble one-on-one against the computer with Practice Mode! Designed to match your skill level, it’s a great way to test out new strategies.


See how your Scrabble skills are progressing with our in-depth profile page! View your scoring averages, longest words, best plays, and more! Visit another player’s profile to see Head-to-Head stats.


Enjoy a wealth of benefits with a Scrabble Club subscription!

- Ads-free experience

- Access exclusive content and rewards for Weekly Challenges

- Unlimited use of the new Scrabble Scholar boost

- Full Access to the new Word Power Meter boost

- An additional Arena Ticket delivered daily to their inbox

The Scrabble Club subscription is available for a monthly cost charged to your iTunes account at the end of each 30-day subscription period, at the price displayed to you at the time of purchase, unless auto-renew is turned off 24 hours prior to the renewal date.

A Scrabble Club one-week Free Trial will convert to a Paid subscription unless auto-renew is turned off 24 hours prior to the end of the trial. Unused portions of free trials will be forfeited upon purchase of a subscription. You can manage subscriptions and turn off auto-renewals in your device account settings, as described in our FAQ on "How to Cancel a Subscription."

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Top Reviews

  • By Ranger土豆泥

    Annoying bugs and pushy design

    This is mostly great. I like the dictionary integration and that you can play the computer on several levels. There are two pretty annoying things though: 1. There are some bugs with how it shows your score history. If you start to scroll through it, all the sudden the scores will change. The labeled winner for part matches will sometimes be the player with the lower score. It’s just weird. As a side note, I just played a game against the app where it declared the computer the winner after playing the last tile, but it still has two tiles left! You can go back and look at the board, so I was able to take a screenshot where it labels the computer the winner, but we both have tiles left. Weird. 2. The all is pretty pushy about starting new games and challenging random people. It will push my active game with my friend to the end of the list and put challenges from strangers and past games I played against the computer at the top, both of which are useful. I don’t mind watching ads for a free version, but this extra pushiness to play random people is pretty intrusive. It won’t let you dismiss those either, so you have to scroll past them over and over again.

  • By Opshai

    Sketchy Policies

    It’s a fun game with good graphics and in game incentives, and it definitely sharpened my scrabble skill by playing it for a few days, but the privacy policy of the company is rather sketchy. Of course, it’s for the more social applications of this app and you “don’t have to” but there are in-game rewards locked off by requesting you give them your entire contact library or make a facebook account in order to access them. The information usage by the company is vague and threatening, and I don’t want these people to have my address. Though I feel I should point out there’s not as many creeps and scammers as other reviews say, to give them credit. I assume all these info-sucking policies would scare off anyone looking to cause trouble, but I also feel that this invasion of privacy in the name of security is highly upsetting. It’s a decent app and worth your time if you’re willing to sell your soul and personal information for a few in game credits. Please think critically before agreeing to anything this app offers you, and if you’re paranoid like me absolutely do not get it. Too many times have companies overstepped privacy boundaries in greed. I don’t trust stuff like this.

  • By hezmyjoy

    Problems During Prize Giving

    I picked this app up because on FB, there was a lull with making the updates. I noticed with this app on my tablet, there isn’t a problem when rejecting the prize to go to the next game and to avoid the ads. But when you decide to accept the prize, all of a sudden there is a pop up declaring that something is wrong with the system. Ok, but what is the alternative? Will I get a chance later? Is there a cancellation prize for the inconvenience? Nope. You have to forfeit the prize. Isn’t it funny, nothing is wrong with the system when the same ads come on over and over and over again between games? To the creators, if you are interested in making the game less annoying: when playing the mini word games within (like the trophy game and bayou), the player should have a choice whether to use all of his/her tickets or not. The player shouldn’t be forced to spend his/her coins if there is a ticket left. Did you really design the game to see if you could control one’s spending? I did notice that when I used my tickets and had 101 coins to start off, at the end of playing 4 games and spending 5 coins per continuance, I saw I had 72 coins left. How? That would mean 29 coins were spent. That not even divisible of 5. That would mean I played 5 games and your game stole an extra 4 coins. Wow!

  • By bpamagic

    Why even call it Scrabble. What an abomination.

    15 minutes. That’s all it took. 15 minutes before I realized some underage gamer had destroyed what was one of the best games ever invented - so I deleted it. I’m not a prude. I’m not technically challenged. I see younger generations struggling every day with attention span issues. I get it. But not everybody needs bells and whistles and jewels and God knows what else is imbedded in the Scrabble Go app to be entertained. If it’s about money then charge me more for the app, but to destroy a simple quality intellectual game like Scrabble and turn it into a moronic video game is asinine. You clearly could have included an option for people to choose the classic version - which, if it is available, I was unable, well unwilling, to wade through the nonsense to find it. That would have met everybody’s needs. We’re getting far enough along in the technology craze that not every computer geek or technology buff or game player is a 15 year old kid with the attention span of a goldfish. And the need to pander to said demographic while ignoring others may be at the detriment of your company. Consider there are actually older people -with money - who enjoy technology, that you may want to address in your product development and marketing efforts. If you’re designing a new game - no problem. But to destroy such a classic for no apparent reason is just ridiculous. I’m only giving one star because I have to in order to send my review.

  • By Dibarwar

    Too many bugs and glitches

    And that’s just a few of the problems. I have been reporting bugs and glitches for over six months and they just get worse. They’ve taken away all of the enjoyable perks with chests that give you gems to further your play, they took away the ability to buy tickets with gems and now you have to pay for them except they do offer one ticket free if you watch an ad but most of the time lately the offer disappears or freezes before you can collect the ticket, when you try to extend your play on the tournaments games half the time it glitches so you lose the ability to increase your score and place higher in the tournaments, the ads you have to watch are full of gambling game offers and sometimes pornographic with the pictures that are incorporated, if you get a bingo you’re supposed to get a bonus chest and lately it’s just been disappearing the minute I click on the button so there’s no bonus after all, the algorithm in the Scrabble competition is lopsided in it’s delivery of letters so half the time my opponent is getting bingo after bingo and I’m getting all vowels or all consonants to work with so it’s not realistically comparable with real life Scrabble odds. It’s too bad, this was such an enjoyable game at first and now they’ve made so many changes that the whole system glitches and freezes and they don’t seem to be able to work out the bugs.

  • By Old sick lady

    Scrabble got greedy

    I’ve enjoyed this game immensely for last 6 or 9 months. To the point of paying as ridiculous fee to get rid of ads. There are different types of games duels, one on one play, different times games, path way games, and adventure path. Weekly goals that and a new one each day with chest. Rewards are cards, tickets to play in arena games (timed) and a few coins for boasters. The cards for tiles are stupid, and since I only like a couple of styles in arena I have over 225 tickets but watch watch a 30 second ad that I paid for not to watch! Each reward chest has tickets. Coins are few but you can get 8 to 10 cards for your total reward which is pure trash, just why did I go for it and will watch an add for additional rewards SURPRISE it’s more tickets or trashy cards. The tiles received are more and more all vowels or consonants exchange lose a turn or buy a switch to play SURPRISE same letters and you still have all vowels or consonants; nothing like having all the U’s or I’s over and over same game you may get an A or 4 N’s and 3 R’s trade 4 D’s and 3’s C’s. All enjoyment has been removed. No need to pay to get rid of ads you get them anyway same old ones that freezes your phone. All games but one on one must be played on phone or table. When coins are gone I’m gone. Looking for another scrabble game. FYI there is zero way to contact customer support if something goes wrong.

  • By Devin1967


    I would rate the new Scrabble Go app zero stars, or even negative stars if available. EA/Hasbro had perfected the Scrabble app in recent years, and I’m sad to see it go on 6/1/20. I’m hopeful that in some way it will be resurrected in its perfect present form, which is clearly what all Scrabble app players want after reading many reviews. The new Scrabble Go is a complete failure. It has been dumbed down for kids, contains useless noises and other distractions, is difficult to use, and is visibly too small. Scrabble aficionados have no interest in this garbage. I have seen Scopely’s response to many critical reviews stating ‘this is a work in progress’. Well, Scopely, from reading the real reviews (not the multitude of fake positive reviews herein), you should glean that the Scrabble app in its present form is what we want: a game free from useless distractions, noises, and gifts; one with a built-in dictionary; one with a scoring mechanism so we can compete with players at our skill level; one that looks like the actual physical Scrabble board (same colors and tiles); and one that is easy to use. Scopely has taken away a gem, and I would rather stare at a blank wall than play the new Scrabble Go app. And I suspect that current Scrabble app players would be willing to pay for access to the app in its present form - I know I would. PLEASE OFFER THE CURRENT SCRABBLE GAME IN ITS PRESENT FORM FOR A REASONABLE FEE.

  • By 49er100

    Worst ever!

    Update to my original review: Have now LEFT this Scrabble Go behind! Piece of CRAP! I am a WWF fan now. You are losing people right and left. That 4.6 star rating this game has? FALSE! Fake news! There are thousands of reviews here that are all saying the exact same thing and give this game a 1 star so the rating YOU have given this game is a lie just to lure people in! And IF you were REALLY LISTENING to all of our reviews you would have turned this back into the original Scrabble. So long, folks. Holding onto the original Scrabble til they push me off. This is the worst scrabble version ever! The home page is too “busy”. Way way too much stuff on home page. Complicated. Too much stuff going on. Strangers are on my home page. I do NOT want strangers having access to my page or games!! Ever! I play one person in scrabble. That’s all I want to see! Trying to do anything in settings is like a scavenger hunt. You have to EARN points to be able to do anything except play words. You took away our “Teacher”. Took away our “Dictionary”. Good grief, if there was a zero or negative star rating that’s exactly what I’d give this game! Give us back or at least give us a CHOICE to play the original scrabble!! And one more thing.....if you think we are going to PAY for features that were part of the original Scrabble then you are totally insane!

  • By theymightberyan

    Just like classic Scrabble....

    Except you can earn rewards. Which we can all agree was the biggest thing missing from the old board game. And you can “level up”. Which is something I was writing to Hasbro about for years. “Hasbro, why does this exceptionally simple and perfectly executed board game not allow me to level up and earn rewards?” I guess they finally heard me. Oh, also, if you are looking for one of the games you might be playing, it’s actually not easy to find. It’s like a frustrating little adventure where each time you want to play, you have to brush aside all the different things the app is trying to get you to do other than just playing your existing games with your family and friends. Neat! I am so thrilled to be able to see how people on my Facebook friends list are achieving their various high score dreams. I remember before this if I wanted to know what an acquaintances highest score in Scrabble was, I had to write a letter and wait for them to pen their reply. Now, I can find that even more easily than I can find the games I’m actually playing! In all seriousness, this version of the game does one thing really really well: it highlights just how out of touch this developer is with the actual players of this game. I’m desperately seeking something to replace Scrabble. This isn’t it.

  • By Caffeinate_Me

    Terrible replacement for the classic game!!

    If you enjoyed the simplicity and ease of use of the old EA Scrabble game, you will HATE this app. There are way too many extra features that do nothing to enhance gameplay, but instead are attempts to get players to sink unnecessary money into the game. The teacher mode that so many of us used in the old version is only free once or twice, then you have to spend gems to use it. The two word reference sheet in the dictionary is gone (and if it isn’t gone, I sure haven’t been able to find it). The classic board (as the developers will tell you) technically exists, but it’s not immediately obvious WHERE it is. If you’re going to try to sell fans of the old version on this new version by claiming that the board we all love is there, it shouldn’t be so hard to find. Also, even if you activate the “Hide From Searches” feature in the privacy settings, random players can still start games with you, so I have no idea what the point of this privacy feature is. For people who like this style of game - lots of side challenges to earn aesthetic features, random challenges, daily chests, lots of extras - this is a good game. But for fans of the classic version who are being pushed into this version because the old one is going away? You’ll hate this version.

  • By JayMackley


    They completely wrecked the game for adult players. Now in the latest version there a new "Scrabble Classic" mode which is to supposedly improve playability. It is an improvement that gives me a glimmer of hope. Maybe if they keep trying... but the developers just don’t “get it" and they may never at this rate. The game board is still too small. Even in Scrabble Classic mode the game still throws endless annoying bonus points and treasure chests at you with a series of bothersome screens that you cannot escape from. ELO rankings are still missing. Supposedly there is a choice of dictionaries now. However I couldn’t find them. I would gladly pay again for this game (one time pmt) if only they could remove all distracting annoyances and provide the essential features. In ADDITION to ruining the online game the developers are also deceiving the public. First, as others have pointed out, the thousands and thousands of 5 star ratings with no reviews are clearly bogus. Apple should crack down on this and not let them game the system like this. Second, the "random opponents" feature is clearly AI opponents and not real people as is clearly implied. Just notice how all the generic names are in the same format and isn’t it funny how my "opponent" is always available to play, even at 1am in the morning.

  • By scout320


    Perhaps this game appeals to a different demographic, but not me. At one time I actually chose my phone based on whether I could play the official classic Scrabble game. I do not want to play a word game that doesn’t use the official classic Scrabble board so I am trying to adapt to to this unnecessarily flashy game. Not sure if I speak for other classic players, but I miss the teacher and playing against multiple computer opponents. Per co-CEO Ferreira in an interview with GamesBeat, “There will be features that allow you to have a richer and deeper single-player experience” over the next 3-9 months. Sooner would be better as it seems many classic players aren’t sticking around to find out what the future will bring. Single-player experience is what I used in the classic EA/Hasbro game. I have never wanted to play live so now I am left with poor Zoey. It does seem that Zoey “learns” because her scores have improved after several rounds; she’s doing much better than her posted average score of 16. Also, at one time long ago there was an option for “duplicate” play. With this option, both the computer and me had the same letters. Whoever’s word scored the most points was played and that player scored. Perhaps that option could be added for those of us that don’t enjoy the whole media gaming scene.

  • By cleversole

    Too many scammers

    I like the game and the arena. Climbing the ladder through different divisions. The tumblers are probably my favorite. My biggest problem is this game is FULL of scammers. People using fake pictures, wanting to chat and giving some fake sob story then wanting you to go to hangouts or other apps so they can ask/beg for money. I complained MANY times and none were removed. There were using pictures like Joe Cross who is commonly used by scammers, and using a different name. I proved it over and over and the players were allowed to continue. Absolutely no protection whatsoever. There say they can’t tell you the result of the investigation but if I continue to see the player active, I know nothing was done. I’ve come and gone on this game many times because there are things I like about it. But within a day a scammer will hit and it aggravates me that I can’t play and enjoy. I can block and other things but if I report they should be removed to prevent them from scamming others. I leave quickly every time because of that. Maybe one day there will be enough protection for legitimate players to play and enjoy the game. Until then, beware of anyone chatting with you. Especially if they want to leave this game to chat. It’s a scammer. They tried to get 10k from me.

  • By chocolateeclairlover

    Terrible all around

    There is really nothing to like about this app. The ridiculous bells and whistles that distract and detract have been written about by nearly every reviewer. In addition, I object to the tiny board with tiles so small I can’t read their scores and an automatic scoring aid that I also need to get out reading glasses to decipher. Luckily I’ve been playing all my life so I can add the scores in my head but other Scrabble apps had no issue here. More annoying is the tile bag. The EA game (which was reliably unreliable but so much better than this mess of an app) had a running count of how many letters left in the game. The “tile bag” option here tells you this as well as what letters are left! I find that an extremely obnoxious cheat. I’m also tired of getting notices on my phone that “Kelly” or whomever is waiting for me to play. I do not appreciate my name and photo getting shared with random strangers. I get more notices about stuff like this than I do the actual notices of my real friends/opponents taking their turns. This app really stinks and I beg Scopely to provide a Classic Scrabble version that cuts the cartoon crap, removes the social networking prompts, removes cheat prompts (swap tiles for free?!?), and restores the board and tile bag counter to normal. Listen to the people! Nobody but your bot reviewers like this app!

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