Sunday, September 9, 2012

Top games to play with friends on smartphones review

There are a variety of games valuable on both Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS smartphones that people can enjoy the time whenever they feel quite at leisure. But there are only a few games that people can go back to on an almost daily basis and that's because they are fun, attractive, and a great way to keep in touch with your friends and family.

Last week's collection of apps from CNET is all about connecting with friends with casual games. Somebody may have played one or all of these popular games, but for those who haven’t; these are the casual games that I strong recommend them all. Now let’s review all about them.

1. Scramble with Friends
 Download:  iPhone | Android

The app comes from Zynga which is the fast, fun game of finding words in a jumbled grid. Quickly slide your finger over adjacent letters to form words forwards, backwards, sideways...any way you can!  It has enjoyed much success in the iTunes App Store with classic Boggle-like gameplay, and it's a game that I go back to regularly on my iPhone.

Scramble with Friends lets you sign in through Facebook, then shows you who in your friend list already has the game. From there, you can quickly invite a friend to a game and play your first 2-minute round. When you're done, simply wait for your friend to play a turn and it's back to you (just like Words with Friends). You play three rounds to compete for the highest total score.

2. Matching with Friends 
   Download:  Full version Free

It is another Zynga app that lets you play a turn-based game with a friend on the iPhone only. But instead of playing a word game, this time you'll be strategically placing matching colored blocks on a game board, then sending your move to a friend.

Like Scramble with Friends, Matching with Friends makes getting connected with people easy. Upon launch you'll be asked to sign in through either your Facebook or Twitter account. Once logged in, you can search for other players from your friends list or get automatically matched with a random player.

3. Dice with Buddies
Download:iPhone Android

Dice with Buddies is another great casual game, but this time you're playing a turn-based game similar to Hasbro's Yahtzee. As with the other games you can play with friends, family, or match up with a random opponent, but there is no single-player option.

As Scramble with Friends has evolved, new extras have been added to kick the game up a notch. Before beginning a round, you can select from four Power-Ups to give you a leg up, and your opponent has the same options. The freeze power-up stops time, giving you more than the allotted 2 minutes to find a few extra words. The inspiration power-up actually shows you the location of three words you have not yet selected. If you choose Scramble, you can mix up all the tiles. The latest power-up to the party is Vision, where the game challenges you to find three words, and, once found, give you 15 seconds of extra time. These bonus power-ups add a little something more to the classic game of Boggle and keep the action interesting.

If you're looking for a great way to connect up with a buddy and play some casual games, I recommend all the games in this collection.


  1. My two favorites are Scramble with Friends and Ruzzle. They're both the same concept. You're given two minutes to make as many words as you can from a board of scrambled letters. Scramble with Friends gives you "power ups" that you can select to help you out. Ruzzle is a bit more hardcore and doesn't do that -- and Ruzzle is a bit harder, I'm pretty sure.Try scramble with friends help

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