Make timed option play.
Make available time limit increments per turn to be agreed upon by all players of that game. I would suggest 5, 10, 20 and 30 min turn options. Also a way to limit how many days a game lasts. When I try to delete a game that lasts longer than 3 days it doesn't take.
I'm sick of people starting a game and then not playing, this would be a great idea
limit of a player's turn should not exceed 48 hrs. after that they forfeit the game. too many players start a game then leave it, hoping their opponent resigns so they get the win. this rule will reduce that issue
I wish if a person hasn't played in five to seven days. They should automatically lose the game
JuneBug, when a player finishes their rack first then just like in Scrabble, all your remaining tiles are added to their score. It's explained in the rules in Help. It's fairly standard for this kind of word game. The first player to run out of tiles stops play for everyone, and is counted "turn winner". The person with the highest score after the total players' tiles are redistributed to that player is the overall winner.
JuneBug MamaShip commented
I just played a random opponent and I was winning by 98 points with 3 tiles left. It was the random opponent's turn and when the person played their word, this game automatically told me I won but I wanted to play my last word and that would have given me 600 points -why did it short me? I wanted my 600 points to be counted on my stats!
vowelet - Betty Wa. commented
I think there would be people who would like to have tournaments . I would.
New players yet to attain level 10 should only play against players also of sub 10 level ; after that any level that's randomly assigned.
Further to this any game which a below level 10 (or 5) does not complete in 24 hours should be automatically resigned and win accrues to opposition. So many times they start a game, realize it isn't for them and vanish and one has to wait at least a week for that wasted game board to be available again.
Thanks, awesome game, great we have input.
Oh, please don't. That's just silly: we can already do this via chat agreements. We don't need extra enforcements.