Do you find yourself hooked on Wordscapes and need help to zoom through the levels in no time? Well, the perfect tool for you is Wordscapes Help.
Simultaneously easy and engaging to use, this WordsRated tool will ascend you to wordsmith status, giving you all possible word combinations needed to clear every round—and fast.
While simple to navigate, Wordscapes Help has the robustness to give you the absolute edge in solving each Wordscapes puzzle, no matter the difficulty. In other words, its meaty features are yours to take advantage of, whether you’re working with 3 letters or with 7.
With this astonishingly handy tool, winning all existing levels of Wordscapes is within your grasp—no shuffling or using hints necessary.
How to use Wordscapes Help
The crowning jewel of Wordscapes Help is the letters primary function. It’s in this field where all the letters in your letter wheel will go.
In the initial levels of Wordscapes, you’re given 3 letters, which will increase incrementally as you progress. Inputting those letters in the letters field will result in words that you can use to finish a particular round.
Wordscapes Help, by default, returns sets of words dictated by length, and in each set, results are arranged alphabetically. You have the ability to apply desired tweaks using the advanced features on offer here, which we’ll show you the ropes of how to operate as we go through this guide.
For example, your letter wheel gives you the letters “smart” (which may or may not appear in that specific order). Entering those letters in the letters field will give you answers like “marts,” “trams,” and not to mention “smart.”
Because Wordscapes is essentially a crossword puzzle game, some answers will require words with different lengths. To check out terms with fewer letters, simply scroll down to the set you’re looking for and choose from the words within.
That, or you can use the length field. With this advanced option, results will be based on the number that you specify.
For example, if you input 3 in the box, the tool will only yield all sorts of 3-letter words. All other sets will not be displayed this way.
The length field should also be your go-to when you’re trying to figure out a level’s bonus word, the tiles of which are separate from the main board.
When the word you’re looking for on the crossword board is taunting you with the first letter while the rest is missing, retaliate with our tool’s starts with field.
Let’s say “t” is the one testing your patience. Type that letter in the starts with box and show the game who’s boss.
Note that since Wordscapes Help is a comprehensive tool, the results may contain words with a letter appearing more than once. Such words may or may not be accepted by the game, so keep that in mind.
The ends with advanced function is for situations where an unknown word is sticking out like a sore thumb with its last letter.
To demonstrate, typing “s” in the ends with field results in words such as “trams,” “arms,” and “ass.” However, in this example, ignoring words with letters appearing at least twice is the way to go.
FYI: Both the starts with and ends with fields can work while the letters primary function is unpopulated. Using the tool in this manner returns an array of words (up to 15 characters in length maximum) based on the inputted letter.
While more useful in a game of online Scrabble than in Wordscapes, the contains field will help you figure out words that the starts with and ends with functions seem to elude.
For instance, typing “at” in the contains field yields words like “mats” and “ats.” As you can see, the two letters we used can appear anywhere in the word.
When the situation calls for words that don’t include a certain letter, the exclude advanced option has you covered. Much like the contains field, this part of the tool is more valuable when playing Wordle than Wordscapes.
That said, one way you can use the exclude field is when you want to get results based on “smart” but, say, with the letter “m” excluded. Yes, in this manner, you get words without actually removing “m” from the letters field.
As previously mentioned, the default sorting of returned words on Wordscapes Help is alphabetical or A – Z. You can change this to reverse alphabetical order by selecting Z – A at any time.
Lastly, the group words sorting function showcases returned words either by length or no grouping.
Picking by length will segregate words according to the number of letters, while choosing no grouping will display all words in a single pile.