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Download size4 MB
- Windows Phone 8.1
- Windows Phone 8
- Windows Phone 7.5
- phone identity
- owner identity
- photo, music, and video libraries
- data services
- phone dialer
- push notification service
- movement and directional sensor
- web browser component
- HD720P (720x1280)
- WVGA (480x800)
- WXGA (768x1280)
Supported languages (5)
Deutsch English (United States) español français italiano
The hit Windows Phone game- now with Xbox LIVE! AlphaJax is an award-winning, must-have free word game that allows you to compete against friends and strangers alike, all you need is a love of words and some “interwebs”. Play up to 30 games at once and receive instant notifications when opponents play moves or chat messages to you using the in game chatting service. Create games with contacts, enjoy a random skill match, or call out for a game to friends on Twitter and Facebook. In a hurry? Pass and play with a friend or hone your skills by playing yourself. The AlphaJax rating system provides a real sense of lasting achievement as you progress up the leaderboards and means you are always guaranteed an enjoyable and challenging game. Please note, only English language and dictionary support at present.
12/18/2014Love the game..😍
12/17/2014Works well with one exception. The live tile only shows you have moves to play after you open the app. 1520 with 8.1
12/16/2014Super fun. Great alternative Scrabble based game.
12/13/2014Extremely fast and efficient! Well done! This is the benchmark of speed.
12/7/2014Just like scrabble!
12/7/2014This is the most amazing game ever to learn new English words! I'm totally loving it.
12/7/2014I love the thinking part.....its just too awesome.....am sure am now a word maniac
12/7/2014Update: Addicting and fun. Some players take awhile to play but that is not the games fault. The achievements don't update anymore, and the dictionary could use an update. I still love it. I'm a daily player gamertag FancifulBike16.
12/3/2014The game is fine, except it allows slang and non-English terms. Examples: "qi"- Chinese slang for chi- za- Egyptian - also seldom used slang for pizza. There are others. There use doesn't improve the game.