Small bug fixes.
Wordii is an original word game that's easy to learn, fun to play, and challenging enough to keep you coming back to try to beat your best scores. It is a crossword style game that will feel familiar to Scrabble players, but it introduces some twists that make it much more dynamic. There are 30 levels, each with a unique board layout. Each level can be played any number of times because the letters are chosen randomly.
The goal is to reach all the flags by building words off the starting letters on the board. Words do not count if they cross the thick black lines, so you'll need to plan your way carefully around the board. The most exciting part of Wordii is the ability to swap letters. You can swap previously played tiles on the board into new configurations, as long as only legal words are left when you are done. You may find yourself at what seems like a dead end, only to realize that with some clever swapping you can open up new avenues on the board. You can also use swapping to recover previously played high scoring tiles and replay them to maximize your score.
Wordii has an in-game tutorial on the first level to get you playing quickly. Soon you'll be making "Par" coverage with ease, then going for "Excellent" or even "Amazing" coverage -- or the holy grail of perfection: the completely filled board. There is no penalty in Wordii for attempting to submit incorrect words, so you'll be able to try out likely sounding words, see what works, and expand your word game vocabulary. Throw in some magic wands to help out with the tough spots, plus the ability to review your best games, and you've got the perfect new word game.