Challenge your Brain with the Spell Duel Word Game

Word games can be pretty fun, and challenging. Spell Duel is actually here to do that and much more. It'll help you improve your spelling skills as well as extend your vocabulary. You're able to play with friends from Facebook, or play by yourself in a solo mode. The developers of Spell Duel tout that you are offered a unique mix of word puzzle games, Match-3 and RPG all in one game here.

With Spell Duel you'll be able to challenge your brain with endless word puzzles. There are crosswords available which can be vertical, horizontal, diagonal and backwards. Of course, if you've ever done a crossword you probably knew that. Using your creative skills, you'll be able to learn new words and solve clues in Spell Duel. As stated before, you can play with Facebook friends, however there is no option to play with friends you have on Google Play Games just yet. That will likely come in the near future, however.

When it comes to the RPG gameplay in Spell Duel, you'll find that you are able to build your own tower and then equip your monastery of words with a store, a market, a laboratory and a forge. By spelling words of power, you'll be able to ignite, paralyze or bomb your opponents. Loot words are here to find gold and make your wizard even more powerful. Spell Duel allows you to engage in epic word battles and practice the skills needed to defeat even the most awe-inspiring boss. There are different strategies involve in playing PvP mode. You'll be able to combine your magic and spelling skills to master the word puzzles and succeed in specific tasks.

Spell Duel is a pretty fun word game, and it's definitely not your typical word puzzle that you'd find on Android. The game is free, although there are some in-app purchases available, which range from $0.99 to $99 per item. Of course, you don't need to purchase these to play the game. They just enhance the game for you. Spell Duel is available on the Google Play Store right now, and it's definitely worth checking out.

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