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What is Weaver?
Weaver, VENDETTA's new word-building game, provides a thrilling challenge for intermediate and expert players. You'll enjoy this game if you enjoy Scrabble, Boggle, or crossword puzzles. Are you ready to advance your word-processing abilities?
Weaver encourages players to think strategically and construct big words instead of just relying on individual letter bonuses. It's a very simple game. It requires changing one letter in each guess using legal terminology in order to transform one word into another equivalent word. The game contains some distinguishing features that set it apart from other word-building games.
In this incredible game, players take on the role of a weaver who must link words together to build longer, more complex sentences in order to progress through each level. The player is given a grid of letter tiles and a timer to manipulate as rapidly as possible in order to put together lengthier words.
Words are knitted together by placing one letter tile after another until the desired word is attained. Most letters will simply fall off the board and remain out of reach for players to utilize again on their own. However, by linking numerous letters together at once rather than individually, the word lengthens and becomes more difficult to complete.
Players are awarded a golden star for each completed word they accumulate at the end of each level and can earn additional stars by building longer words with their available letters. This in turn will unlock new challenges which start with the player facing increasingly more difficult ones based on how many stars have been earned before them.
- You must progress from the first to the last word.
- Each word you enter from the word above can only have one letter changed.
How to play Weaver
Weaving game examples
When you enter a 5-letter word, the application will tell you which letters are in the term you're looking for. If the letter is present but not in the correct spot, it will become green.
The letters in your guess are:
- green if either word contains the color green (right letter, right spot)
- yellow if either word contains the color yellow (right letter, wrong spot)
- gray if it isn't found in either term
This is an example of how to solve weaving in the modern day.