AlphaBetty Saga is a new King game for the iOS, Android and Facebook platforms that can best be described as a cross between Candy Crush Saga and Scrabble, or Scramble With Friends. You play through level after level, and your goal is to spell words using letters that are above, below, next to or diagonal to each other in order to score points, earn stars and move on to the next stages. Read on for some tips and tricks for AlphaBetty Saga!
Just like many other King games, you have lives in this game, and you lose a life every time that you lose a stage. If you want to earn lives back easily, all that you have to do is set the time ahead on your tablet or phone, providing that you aren’t already linked to a Facebook account. Set it ahead for every half an hour that you want to get back, and then go back to the game and your lives will be recovered.
If you already have hooked up to a Facebook account, then use friends’ help in order to get your lives back, just like with any other King game. If you have no friends who play the game, then add some folks who do from the comments page on this article, or from the AlphaBetty Saga fan page on Facebook, or from the Google Play and App Store review pages. If you don’t want them linked to your real Facebook account then start a second one that’s for games only so that you can link up the game and add them.
The longer the word, the more points you will score, and you can get better special tiles, too. Five letters will give you a tile that can clear one line at a time, while longer words will give you tiles that can clear out two or three lines at a time, or even four lines at a time. Keep on the lookout for the longest words that you can possibly make.
Keep an eye on your moves and try to meet whatever the goal is in as few moves as possible. Every move that you have left over will transform a random tile into a special tile, and they will all explode at the end of a round when you have met your goal. If you don’t get your score high enough or meet the given goal before using up all of your moves, you lose the round.
Each letter is worth the same thing that they are in other word games such as Scrabble or Words With Friends, so try to make use of the highest-value letters in the longest words possible in order to get insanely high point totals. The longer words will increase the multiplier on each word compared to shorter word lengths, so having a big letter or two on them is just gravy for your score.