Words with Friends
The primary objective of Words with Friends is to score more points than your opponent(s) by placing letters in your bag strategically on the board. You can place letters either horizontally or vertically to form words. It’s important to balance trying to score the most points each turn and forecasting how the game will unfold based on the tiles in your bag and on the board. This way you’ll score the maximum points at the end of the game.
Spaces and Bonuses
Once a DL, TL, DW or TW space is covered, it cannot be applied as a “bonus space” in subsequent rounds. In other words, these spaces only benefit the first player that covers them.
You score twice the points for placing a tile on a DL space on the board.DL
If any tiles are placed on a DW space, then double the value of the word. If you place a word on two DW spaces during a single turn, double the value of the word and then double it AGAIN.DW
You earn triple the value of any letter/tile placed on a TL space on the board.TL
This is like hitting the moneyball. A TW space triples the value of the word. If you hit two TW spaces with a single word, triple the value of the word and then triple it AGAIN.TW
7 in One
If you use all 7 tiles on your Words With Friends rack during a single turn, you get 35 bonus points.7/1