What language do you want to play Wordament in next?

One of our ambitions here at You vs. the Internet is to offer new editions of Wordament in languages besides English.  We think it will be fun and educational for both native speakers and those trying to learn new languages.  Not all languages are great canidates for a 4×4 grid but we would love to hear from you what languages you want to see next.  If we missed a language in the poll leave a comment and we’ll add it.



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Wordament is a fun and addictive word game from You vs. the Internet, a Microsoft Studio.
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11 Responses to What language do you want to play Wordament in next?

  1. Hoping to see a Swedish wordament… WP7 is starting to take off here 🙂

    • Wordament says:

      I too am hoping to see a Swedish Wordament. We need to get English perfect first, but other languages are also important to us. BTW, we don’t think we can do Common / Obscure in languages that we don’t speak… which is all of them. 😦

      • Motherlover says:

        So use the local expertise you’ve got now, with all of your users!

        /Motherlover

      • Wordament says:

        Good point. It’s great to get this feedback and support. We’ll see what we can do!

      • Cristian says:

        I think there’s help to get with the language barrier 😉

        There are lot’s of good feelings about wordament in sweden and it’s real fun to play even the english version but it’s hard to compete with people that have english as their native language…

        So if there anything a group of swedish wp7 + wordament fans can help out with please call out, it’s not obscure to us.. 😀

      • Wordament says:

        Wow! Thanks for the kind words. I’m really happy to hear that there are folks in Sweden that love our game. Of all the places my wife and I have travelled in the world, our trip to Stockholm remains as one our all time favorites!

      • egodeus1234odeus says:

        When and if a swedish wordlist comes up on the todo list, I can provide you with a pure text file containing about 400.000 swedish words. (1 word per line) 🙂

      • Wordament says:

        Wow! That’s fantastic. I will definitely ask for that at sme point in the future. 🙂 Thanks for the kind offer!

  2. negby says:

    Hebrew would be a great candidate, as there are no vowel letters, per se(*). Many more combination are possible per every combination of the 22 letters. We are really into word games.

    (*) having no vowels is good and bad. If you’re fluent in the language you can read (and create words) easily. The no-vowels method is used in all word games. However If you’re not fluent, Hebrew does have vowel marks which have a 1:1 relationship with pronunciation, unlike English (ou, oo, ea, eXe, iXe, a, oXe, etc.)

    And I’m sure people will be glad to help – just say the word! 🙂

  3. tess says:

    Add Another one to the list of Swedes waiting for a wedish rsion f rdament😍😃

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