Text Twist 2

Play the Text Twist 2 game if you consider yourself a master of words! Can you form one using all six letters, then find additional terms for extra points?

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About Text Twist 2 Game

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    Any Browser
  • Supported Devices
    Desktop, Mobile, Tablet
  • Game Resolution
    960 x 600
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You'll love the Text Twist 2 game if you are a fan of word puzzles! How fast can you shuffle around letters and form words? Now you have the opportunity to find out just how good your vocabulary is! Take on this challenge and think fast to score points and reach the final round! 

The game consists of several 2-minute rounds of increasing difficulty. How far can you go? The goal is to find a word that includes all of the letters. However, there are plenty of possibilities when it comes to shorter words. Find all of them for extra points!

How to Play

Are you ready to start spelling? Given that you only have 2 minutes to find as many words as you can, you will need to act fast. Thankfully, you have plenty of options when it comes to controls.

To begin with, you can simply use your mouse to click on the letters in order. What is more, you can also type the word on your keyboard, then press the Enter key. Easy as pie, right?

Moreover, you can use a few tricks to find all the words faster. Are you stuck? Choose the twist option to shuffle around the keys and get some fresh ideas. If you prefer to use the keyboard, you can do so by pressing the Space bar. Delete a letter by using the Backspace, and clear the board all together by using the Tab key. 

How many words can you find? You can take a glance at all the possibilities at the upper part of the screen. Can you find all the 3, 4, and 5 letter words? As you play them, they will appear on the list.

It's going to be a challenge to find them all and move on to the next round! Besides, you can learn a lot of new words and become a better speller. Who would have thought words could be so much fun?