Create Words and Evade Your Opponent’s Guesses in A Little Wordy by Exploding Kittens

April 21, 2021 by fcostin

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Quirky and short play-time games are what I look for when it comes to a card game. Something I can pick up and not have to use my brain without it falling into mush due to intense strategy.

From the people who made Exploding Kittens, comes a brand new game that requires no board, 15 minutes and one friend to play with, named A Little Wordy.

A Little Wordy // Exploding Kittens

The aim of the game is quite simple. Players would be required to draw letters from their bag, creating a word that they must keep secret. They do not have to use all of the letters to create a word. Once they have found the word, those letters become jumbled up and passed on to the opponent. The other player can use hint cards to try and guess the word itself if they are truly stumped. However, the first player to guess the other person's word with the least amount of hints is crowned the winner.

Word games tend to put me off, after the amount of Scrabble I played as a child! But this game seems really unique, as it doesn't seem like a matchup of skill to who can come up with the longest word for the greatest points. It is more so a guessing game and knowing your opponent well enough to figure out what word they would likely use. Bonus points that it seems relatively simple to pick up!

You can guarantee inappropriate words, but depending on who you are playing with, they might be a little easy to guess.

A Little Wordy is available to purchase now, so you can get your word on in the newest game from Exploding Kittens.

What is the best word you can make out of H E K D S A K I?

"The aim of the game is quite simple. Players would be required to draw letters from their bag, creating a word that they must keep secret. They do not have to use all of the letters to create a word. Once they have found the word, those letters become jumbled up and passed on to the opponent. The other player can use hint cards to try and guess the word itself if they are truly stumped. However, the first player to guess the other person's word with the least amount of hints is crowned the winner."

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