EA Drops Scrabble into Android Market
Making good on last week’s promise, EA has released the official Scrabble application on Android. Weighing in at 18MB+, the game can be downloaded on any handset running 2.1 and up. Sorry tablet owners, you’re out of luck for now. The game features cross-platform compatibility meaning you can take on iPhone, iPad, and Facebook (not really a platform, but whatever) in a battle for word supremacy. Players can get involved with up to 50 games at a time,
talk smack chat with opponents as well as keep track of stats. A few minutes into SCRABBLE Free and we’re already in love.
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