Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Ruzzle Addict





Take One, Pass It On Item: pearl necklace from last Tuesday's post.

So, have you all jumped on the Ruzzle fad yet?  My brother and sister got me hooked on this game.  It's basically Boggle for smartphones, with a little bit of Scrabble thrown in.

I'm going to brag a little bit and say that I am ridiculously good at Boggle.  I mean, no one will play with me, because it just isn't fun.  For some reason, my brain is really great at seeing words in a random assortment of letters.  Surprisingly, this is of no use to me in my every day life and career.

My biggest problem with Ruzzle is that it tells you how many words you found, and then it tells you how many words exist to be found.  In Boggle, I just know that I found 50 words and my opponent found 25, so I get to feel really awesome.  Ruzzle tells me that there were 297 total words, and then I feel bad about myself, even when I win!  Why can't this game just let me be happy that I found more words than the other player?  Seriously, Ruzzle, stop ruining my life!   (at least I'm not being dramatic.)  

I don't believe there are 275 words to be found!


Dress and Cardigan: Gap
Necklace: gift (from China)
Tights: Old Navy
Shoes: BCBGeneration

4 comments:

  1. I've never played Ruzzle before, but I do play Scramble With Friends, which sounds like almost the same thing - very Boggle-like!

    I like it.. because I can beat the snot out of my husband at Scramble! He always trounces me in Words With Friends, so Scramble evens it out for us, haha!

    I'll have to check Ruzzle out - sounds like fun! :)

    Sara

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  2. I LOVE Ruzzle!! Best game ever.

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  3. I play both and the best part about Ruzzle is that it does not require tokens to play. It's always ready to play for free. :)

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  4. I play both and the best part about Ruzzle is that it does not require tokens to play. It's always ready to play for free. :)

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