Classic Words Plus Review

Classic Words Solo
Classic Words Solo
Developer: Lulo Apps
Price: Free+
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Words Without Friends!

Classic Words Plus and Classic Words Solo are single player word games. I am going to review both of these games. I am mostly going to focus on the paid game Classic Words Plus.

Classic Words is a Scramble/Words with Friends like game. You place down letters to score points. The player who scores the most points at the end of the game wins.

Classic Words Plus is the 20th game in my Keep It or Delete review series.

Review Information

I downloaded the free version Classic Words Solo a few years ago to give the game a try.

At the time, I was tired of playing Words with Friends for multiple reasons. The main reason being that I disliked waiting for other players to take their turn.

I liked the free version enough that I decided to pay for the paid version of Classic Words Plus.

Like with all of my game reviews, I play this game on my personal smartphone. I also played the game a little on my Chromebook, and it worked great.

Gameplay Review

Playing With the AI Is Great!

The game works great, and there nothing bad to say. The AI takes its turn and waits for you to respond. I have not noticed any errors or bugs.

I like not having to wait for the AI to respond. It seems very small, but this is what makes this game for me.

Some people might like the challenge and community that comes with playing against real players. I personally can skip all of that as I just want to play a quick game and be done.

If you like playing with people, multiple games allow you to do this anyway. I have seen very few games that focus on the single player experience, though.

Words With Friends does have a single player mode now. But it is limited and does not work as good as this stand alone game.

The Game Has Many Options

There are many options you can adjust, and you can make the AI hard or easy. It all depends on what settings you pick. You can also change some options to make the game more fair to you.

I tend to make the game harder. As I enjoy the challenge. Win or lose, I get to learn some new words, and practice my skills.

When you make the AI hard, it gets really hard. I am not a professional Scrabble/Words With Friends player.

I struggle to beat the game on hard, and anything higher than this setting is almost impossible to beat.

It is possible I am not as good as I think, and other players win more easily. In any case, there are plenty of difficulty options for you to pick.

Other Gameplay Information

The game has a mode that allows you to play with somebody in person. I suppose you could call this local coop mode.

The game has Google Play Games integration. It tracks your stats overall and shows you how you are doing long term.

If you love to see this kind of information, the game provides it for you.

You can have the game define words for you if you are confused about what they mean. I think this is a neat feature.

Presentation Review

The game looks good enough, I suppose. It is not flashy and does not stand out. But for a word game, I tend to not focus on how good the game looks.

I can tell what the tiles and words are, and that is good enough for me.

I don’t even bother playing with the sounds on, and I suppose they also are good enough. I am not too worried about sound in a game like this, as I often play it while doing something else.

How Does This Game Get You to Spend Money?

The Developer Sells the Game

The game costs $4.50 (USD). This is a tad bit higher than some games, but being under $5 (USD), the price is OK. I suppose.

I did buy the game as I thought it was worth it.

If you feel this is too much money to spend on a game, you can download the free version. Classic Words Solo.

The Game Sells a Night Theme

This is the odd choice and the one thing I find confusing about Classic Words Plus. The game is already selling for $4 (USD). It seems a bit greedy to then sell a theme in the game for $1 (USD).

I think though the developer could bump the price of the game up to $5 instead. Or just give players the theme for free.

Is This Game Fair for People Who Don’t Spend Money?

Yes. There is a free version of the game that allows you to play as much as you want. As long as you don’t mind seeing ads often.

How Does This Game Annoy You?

The free version has ads. This will always be annoying and sometimes distracting.

My Overall Thoughts About the Game

Classic Word Pro is a good paid game. I think there is a small pricing issue, but overall I like the game. It is the best single player Words with Friend like game I can find.

I love being able to play against the AI and not needing any people to play with. That is the main reason I like this game.

A 4 star review makes the AndroidGamingFox happy

Do I Recommend People Play the Game?

Yes. I would recommend both Classic Words Plus and Classic Words Solo.

Even if you enjoy playing with people more, I still recommend this game as a nice alternative to play.

Will I Keep Playing This Game?

I plan on it! I would not have bought the paid version if I did not play the game often. I do not play it as much right now due to playing games for reviews, but I play it semi-often.