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ASL Word Contest Collection

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ASL WORD CONTEST COLLECTION is a 6-in-1 word game collection where you compete against the computer or a friend. To help you learn American Sign Language fingerspelling ASL symbols are used in place of letters.

Totally free. No in-app purchases!!

*NEW* WORD LINEUP - Given a set of random letters, arrange them into words. Try to beat the computer.

WORD BATTLE - Take turns with your opponent picking words from a board of letters. The longer the word the higher the score.

WORD PILLARS - You and you opponent start with seven hidden letters each in your hand. You then take turns placing letters into one of four pillars. When the pillars are full the game scores. The winner is the player with the most 5-letter words formed from one letter from each of the four pillars and the letter in hand.

WORD SHOWDOWN - Starting with 8 letters in your hand you and your opponent play a common letter then a discard until there are 6 letters on the table and two letter in your hand. Each player scores one point for each word constructible from the 6 common board letters and the two letters in the player's hand. Each word scored MUST contain both letters in the player's hand and be 4-or-more letters long.

WORD WAR - Taking turns with your opponent you find words in a grid of letters. Letters can be reused but the exact tile set that make the word must be unique.

PUSH YOUR LUCK WORDS - Draw 5 letters and distribute any or all of them as you like into 3 separate words. Draw as many times as you like but you must promote at least one letter each draw. If you don't make 5-letter-words your opponent will steal your points.

WORD JOKER - You draw sets of letters to make as many 5-letter-words as possible but try not to get jokered. If you draw three jokers you lose your turn.

WORD CONFLICT - A competitive game of ASL Word Square where you and your opponent take turns placing letters on a grid. You score the horizontal (rows) and your opponent score the vertical (columns).