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How to play Stringle

Stringle is a fun new interactive word game by Michael Daniels (based on the word game Ghost) that tests and improves your vocabulary and strategic ability. It's great brain training!

The game starts with a randomly selected letter. Extra letters are then added one at a time, in turn, by each player until a word is completed. Whoever completes a word of more than 2 letters is the LOSER.

Each added letter must allow the string of letters to be continued to form a valid English word. You will not be allowed to add an invalid letter.

On each player's FIRST MOVE ONLY the new letter may, optionally, be added as a new initial rather than at the end of the string. Once the string is three letters in length, the initial letter is locked and new letters may only be added at the end of the string.

To win the game, you have to AVOID COMPLETING A WORD while at the same time trying to force the computer to complete a word.

It's as simple as that!

If you get stuck, or want some help choosing a letter, click the Hint button to show all possible valid letters.

Acceptable Stringle words

Stringle knows just about every English word !!

The rules of word formation in Stringle are the same as those used in Scrabble*.

The Stringle dictionary incorporates all valid English Scrabble words (from the official SOWPODS word list) plus words longer than 15 letters (the maximum word length possible in Scrabble).

As in Scrabble, plurals and other word inflexions (such as tenses) are allowed.

The following types of words are NOT allowed.
  • Hyphenated words
  • Capitalized words (e.g., proper nouns). For example, "American" is not allowed.
  • Acronyms and abbreviations (unless these are recognised as regular words, such as "RADAR").
* The name Scrabble is a trademark of Hasbro, Inc. in the United States and Canada and of Mattel elsewhere.


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