Alec Baldwin Boosts Words With Friends

December 9, 2011 by staff 

Alec Baldwin Boosts Words With Friends, Whatever Alec Baldwin’s true reason for refusing a flight attendant’s routine request, it has had an undeniable outcome. Millions more people now know about the online game called Words With Friends. The actor was told to leave an American Airlines flight Tuesday when he declined to stop playing the game on his iPad.

Owned by Zynga, the company behind the Farm Ville game on Facebook, Words With Friends has rules familiar to anyone who has ever played Scrabble. The game can be played on Facebook, iPhone and Android devices. Users can download free versions that offer games punctuated by ads or pay a few dollars for an app that is advertisement-free.

Unlike the Scrabble board game, competitors can pick up play anytime or anywhere. And the game will pulse out an alert when it’s your turn.

“I currently have 10 games going,” said Colleen Dabill of West Palm Beach, owner of a dog training company called Bone-a-Fide. “So there is always somebody playing.”

Dabill may play a couple rounds during her lunch break then pick up the game again in the evening.

Dabill finds Words more intellectually stimulating than that other addictive online game: Angry Birds.

And that may be the beauty of it – children can play with parents or grandparents. Or it can be played at a highly sophisticated level that involves two-letter words

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