Serves them right for Ikea, frankly

When search engine-friendly news copy and Twitter collide:

More word-based fun

If copious Twitter retweeting hasn’t collapsed their server again, the Scrabble prone amongst you might have some fun over at DeepLeap. The aim of the game is to make words out of a stream of randomly appearing letters, with points deducted for non-existent words and not using up letters, and extra points awarded for consecutively correct words, longer words and clearing the board. Apparently it’s still “just a demo” at this stage, but it’s playable enough already – and presumably will only get even better.

(Link via Very Short List).


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