Thanks for circulating these innovative review gaming sites, Kev!
I'd love to get your feedback on some word game helpers and 'brain training' resources we recently released to the public on https://www.crosswordsolver.com/. One of our target audiences is students, so we've aimed to make the interface and user experience as seamless and easy to navigate as possible.
I believe our site can help kiddos build their language skills and vocabulary. It also encourages resourcefulness and the ability to meet challenges in fun and productive ways.
For example, one tool we launched is an Anagram Solver that helps you unscramble any number of letters. Then, if needed, you can sort the results by length and/or by type (i.e. words, phrases, or both). It also details exactly what an anagram is, how anagram games work, as well as the difference between palindromes and blanagrams.
We also have a newly redesigned Scrabble help page where you can learn about acceptable Scrabble words, popular tournaments, and how the game is played and scored. More notably though is the Scrabble Word Finder tool on the same page that's designed to help players succeed in the game. It allows you to define which dictionary you’re using, the number of blank tiles, and how words should begin and/or end. It then identifies every word you can form on the Scrabble board including the highest-scoring words. You can also update what’s in your rack and on the board after each search.
I'd love to get any and all thoughts on our tools! Thanks in advance.