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'Scrabble' is first paid app on the Amazon Kindle

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 24 Sep 2010 14:02 User comments (2)

'Scrabble' is first paid app on the Amazon Kindle iReader Review has noted today that Scrabble has become the first paid, third-party app for the Amazon Kindle.
EA has quietly added the app to the Kindle Store, at a hefty price of $4.99.

To play the game, you will need a second or third generation Kindle, or a Kindle DX.

You will not even be able to download the game if you have a first-generation Kindle e-reader.

While the Kindles have Internet access via either 3G or Wi-Fi, or both, the game only supports multi-player on the device, not online.

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2 user comments

125.9.2010 4:39

$4.99 really, can anyone see loads of jailbroken kindles coming up

23.10.2010 22:23

hahaha yep, wait there goes the kindle security. Lets pull that out and slap togeather a linux OS and yep now it kicks ass.

Still not worth buying

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