|09-04-2012, 09:34 PM||#1|
Join Date: Jan 2008
Falker's 'World Champ' Top 250 Guide - Swedish Beta
After reading some information on here, I switched up my language to Swedish, despite not knowing a single word. Here's all you need to know:
1) It's significantly harder now than it was when Wordament just released Swedish as a language option. It took me a few weeks of working on it an hour a day.
2) I actually hit the top 250 in average score per round (even though I speak no Swedish)
3) No Wordament solver is needed. Follow the following pattern.
Work your way around the board testing Consonant-Vowel-Consonant 3-letter words. As soon as you find one, test he following suffixes:
Then try doubling the last consonant, if possible. Then try replacing the first consonant with consonant-blends like ST+, STR+, TR+, SL+, SK+, and KN+.
When done correctly, you'll find one 3-letter word normally worth ~10 points and then quickly find 8~10 permutations on it resulting in multi-hundred points from that one root word. For example I found this one pretty commonly:
On a "good round", after getting my routine down I'd hit 800~1000. A "bad round" was anything under 500. Averaging 480 got me in the top 250 in the world.
4) At the end of each round, scroll down and examine the un-found 3~5 letter words to get a feel for what letter combinations are common in Swedish.
5) bahDINK. 'cheevo popped.
|10-28-2012, 12:56 PM||#4|
Join Date: Oct 2009
You have to have a score of over 200k (lifetime) before your "rank of 250" is calculated. Takes a bit but is really pretty simple. I have done it on WP7 and now Win8 for the full 200 on both and have probably 8-10 hours in it total
|12-22-2012, 11:44 PM||#5|
Join Date: Aug 2008
Location: Göteborg, Sweden
Hehe... Iīm a Swede and can easily say that we sure got a strange language, but I donīt get the guide. Maybe thatīs because Iīm a Swede and canīt really see how it woorks...
Me fail English? Thatīs Unpossible!