Scrabbling for the right word in Scrabble® GO? It’s a hardscrabble life, staring at letters that refuse to rearrange to your desires. What you need is a Scrabble word checker.
In fact, what you need is the best online Scrabble® GO checker in the business. That’s us. Welcome to WordFinder™, the internet’s premier word game resource. We’re here to help you win.
What’s a Scrabble Checker Anyway?
Nothing less than a comprehensive Scrabble® GO word checker and Scrabble dictionary cheat. We’ve taken a small library’s worth of dictionaries and built a deeply indexed, searchable database.
All you need to do is type those troubling letters into the search bar above — you can enter up to 20 letters including three question marks as wildcards — and we will provide you with every game legal word there is displayed by word length. You can then sort the list alphabetically or by point value.
How to Play Scrabble Go
Honestly, if you’ve made it this far, we figure you know how to play the new word game Scrabble® Go. Get the little letter tiles, make words, score points, wreck friendships and family dynamics for years to come. The usual word game business. If you get stuck, look up words in Scrabble with WordFinder’s handy word checker. For more help, try out our word lists! Need a 6 letter word that ends with J?? There’s a page for that.
OK, How Do I WIN at Scrabble Go?
Oh! No problem. We’re WordFinder™. You winning is literally our job. Use our cheat tool and remember these quick tips:
- OK is OK to play! Contrary to common opinion, slang is allowed in Scrabble® Go as long as it’s in the dictionary. Scrabble players waited a long time for this, but now both OK and okay are game-legal words, along with facepalm, yowza, and twerk.
- Think globally! Loanwords from other languages like haj, jo, qat, and qi score mad points because they sidestep the usual rules of English.
- No hand is unplayable. However crazy your current letter combination, it’s almost always better to play than pass. WordFinder™ can help with that. If you’re stuck with all consonants or all vowels, for example, we’ve got word lists tailored just for you.
- Learn to love the affix. Prefixes and suffixes are the stuff word game wins are made of. Here’s a great list of ING things to start you off.