HOW TO PLAY WORDSCAPES

If this is your first time playing Wordscapes, do yourself a favor and go through our beginner's guide to the game. It explains where you may play the game, the basic gameplay principles, and the functions of each of the Wordscapes power-ups.

We've got you covered, whether you're new to Wordscapes or have been playing for a while. WordFinder is the most comprehensive word game resource on the internet. We'll explain how the game works, offer brief tips and techniques for case you get stuck, and provide full-fledged strategies for both Wordscapes newbies and seasoned word app veterans.
Wordscapes Basics: Getting Started
If this is your first time playing Wordscapes, do yourself a favor and go through our beginner's guide to the game. It explains where you may play the game, the basic gameplay principles, and the functions of each of the Wordscapes power-ups.

Tip #1: Go Above and Beyond Do you need assistance with Wordscapes? Are you looking for suggestions, tips, and tricks? Let's begin with a general technique for tackling larger problems and stages.

Many Wordscapes levels have an extra word with a Coin in each slot. Make every effort to spell the word correctly first. You have to get that paper in free-to-play apps, just as in life. Your effort to solve the extra word will almost certainly provide some words for the main puzzle, as well as some bonus words for more Coins.

Tip #2: Take it slow and easy.
In the absence of an extra word, your first aim should be to spell the puzzle's longest word. One that uses all six letters on the wheel is usually the one who gets the most help with the other clues. Plus, it's satisfying to get that six-letter monster word right the first time.

Tip #3: Use a lot of words
Although you wouldn't know it from our flowery prose, the written word places a premium on clarity. In Wordscapes, however, this is not the case. There are no time limits on the puzzles, and every additional word you spell earns you another Coin. Swipe in every last word that comes to mind (and even words that may not look like words to you). Systematic brute force iterations are sometimes the only way to go.

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