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The objective of this game is to find all the words in the word list before your time runs out. A word freak game, which makes a new grid on each play! Double click on the first square of a word to toggle between down and across. The number of words you must find increases by one for every level. How far can you get before your brain explodes? Have Fun!
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The book Word Freak is a non-fiction narrative by Stefan Fatsis published in 2001. The book introduces the reader to the world of competitive Scrabble through a narrative of his slow transformation from "a good living room player" into a player ranked as expert by the National Scrabble Association. Fatsis's humorous approach and descriptions of fellow competitive Scrabble players are interspersed with game strategies as the reader follows his ascent through the ranks of tournament players. The book also covers the history of the game, how tournaments are run, and the background politics of the Scrabble scene. Word Freak is a New York Times Bestseller and New York Times Notable Book. Fatsis is a wonderful writer, and one of the charms of ''Word Freak'' is his ability to analyze the workings of obsession even while recognizing it in himself. He admits that most serious Scrabblers are well-rounded people, but those aren't the ones he writes about. He focuses on a handful at the very top, players for whom Scrabble is an extreme sport, their reason for living.