Congratulations to our Monthly Winner

Written by Debbyoc

Congratulations to zoneonze our January Monthly winner. Here are some comments from our Winner:

I invite all the players to be as kind as Likinho and to use as little
obscure words as possible. I can understand anyone can come up with
obscure 2 or 3 letter words or even the occasional hook that creates
unexpectedly valid words but every obscure word sent to your opponent
is like an ugly brush stroke on an otherwise beautiful canvas.

I was a wordfeud player originally and I hope that they import the
random board feature to wwf because it can really mix things up if you
know what I mean.

Someone from the stats told me a group of users are also a sw
developer team and are going to create a better and improved wwf like
game that should integrate stats and ranking among other things. What
do you think of that?
I don’t think I will be interested but it could push the zynga team to
improve their own app.

Anyway I like wwf the most and I think the tournament kicks ass but I
should cut back. The monthly really takes a toll. If you play the
daily you can pace yourself but if you play only for a few days you
get a lot of unreliable users (slow play, unfinished games, low level,
etc.) so i hope you can think of some improvement in the pairing

thanks again

Here are screenshots of the games:

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4 Responses to “Congratulations to our Monthly Winner”

  1. Marsha355 says:

    Congratulations on winning the monthly! I wasn’t too clear on the references to not playing obscure words… I am a long-time highly-ranked tournament Scrabble player and 20 years of dedicated studying has left me with an extensive knowledge of words that might be considered as “obscure” by many. You are not suggesting that people should not use words because their opponent might not know them? Again, congratulations on your victory in the tournament!

  2. Mike says:

    As a former WP7 owner that played AlphaJax for 8 mos, that is what all word games should strive to be. The individual player statistics and rankings leaderboard were amazing.

  3. Liz Bicknell says:

    Such thoughtful comments from the January winner. I agree completely about the obscure words issue. Congratulations on your win!

  4. Debbyoc says:

    In response to your comments about the Daily Challenges we use the Swiss System in assigning opponents. After you have played four games, the system will then assign you opponents based on ranking.

    We welcome players at all levels of ability and invite them to enter our tournaments.