Cheat On With Friends Help

Cheat On Words With Friends Help

Words With Friends is a word game that combines both your word building skills with strategic play. Similar to playing Scrabble, words are connected on a board in a crossword puzzle style.  Letter and word placement is crucial in order to score big points when you are linking words together.  The Words With Friends game board is different than other word games like Scrabble.   Overall, the Words With Friends board has a different layout, which includes four additional triple word multiplier squares and  it has five less double word multiplier squares.  Since word placement is important to yielding higher points per word, scoping out the right location for your word is key.  But, determining the best spot on the board for your word is just part of the game.  Memorizing certain word lists is another critical component of the game in order to reach an above average game playing level.   You can improve your strategy and expand your vocabulary with the help of Cheat on Words With Friends.  By using this cheat over time, you will be surprised as to how well your game playing improves and how many new words you will have learned that you normally would not have done in the first place.

Your Rack :
(Use ?s for Blank Tiles.)

Prefix :       or and      Suffix :

or Anywhere :

The overall objective of winning Words with Friends is that each player takes a turn forming a word either horizontally or vertically on the game board and makes an attempt to score as many possible points for each word created and placed on the board.  The player with the most points at the end of the game wins.  Now the question is, how do you become the player with the most points at the end of the game?  There are many helpful strategies that can assist you in winning Words With Friends.  One of the ways you can increase your score is by placing words on the double-letter and triple-letter word multiplier squares.  This tactic will help to maximize your points.  If you have individual tiles with higher point values, such as the J, K, Q, X, and Z tiles, this strategy will be even more beneficial since place them on multiplier squares will increase your points.  If you are the player who has to start the game with the opening move, it is great to create a long word so you could reach the double-word multiplier square.  But, be careful in doing this since you could be opening up a double-word or triple-word multiplier square for your opponent so be cautious whenever you place your tiles on the board.  This strategy gives you a sense that defensive moves are just as important as offensive moves.  Both types of moves have consequences, but you have to determine which is the best move for you and when to play a certain move.  Just like with any word game, it is very helpful to memorize certain word lists for Words With Friends.  With this cheat tool, you can expand your vocabulary by studying new words and specialized word lists. For example, knowing the two-letter acceptable words for the game comes in very handy. Two-letter words  help you create hooks during a game, which is adding one or two letters to an existing word usually resulting in two new words and of course more points.  There are certain tiles that help you create word hooks easily.  The S tile is great tile to have when creating hooks because you can simply pluralize a word. The versatile blank tile is also an obvious choice when you need to pluralize a word to garner more points.  Practice makes perfect, so using this cheat tool will help you along the way to the winner’s circle.


  1. In the RACK box, enter your letters to find the best possible word by clicking on SEARCH. Use a question mark to designate a blank tile.
  2. If you want to use a specific beginning or ending for a word by using existing letters on the board, enter the letter or set of letters that your word must begin or end with in the PREFIX or SUFFIX box accordingly.
  3. Select SCORE to filter results by maximum point value, or select LENGTH to filter results by the number of letters in a word.