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How to play Ruzzle on your own

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How to play Ruzzle on your own: After reading my guide on how to play checkers on the Internet, have you also decided to install this famous game on your smartphone? Then I bet you are now doing everything you can to improve your scores and beat your friends in online challenges. And tell me, would you like to hone your word discoverer skills by practicing in single player mode? That’s right, it can be done.

Obviously you haven’t noticed yet, but Ruzzle includes a game mode called “practice” that allows you to play without opponents even without an Internet connection. Ideal for practicing and developing winning game techniques in “dead times”. Let’s see how to make the most of it in this quick guide on how to play checkers on the Internet on your own both on smartphone and on PC.

To discover how to play checkers on the Internet on your own, all you have to do is download the Free version of Ruzzle for Android or Ruzzle for iPhone (also free of charge) and take advantage of the practice function included in the game.

To access the Ruzzle practice, log in to your account or create one by pressing the appropriate buttons (for more information, see my guide on how to play checkers on the Internet) and select the item Start a new game/Start a new game from the main menu of the game. At this point, presses the button Practice the game located at the bottom of the screen and your Ruzzle match will start in single player mode.

The rules are the same as for online multiplayer games, which means you have to try to find as many words as possible using the letters on the screen within two minutes. Take a look at my tutorial on how to play checkers on the Internet if you want to discover winning game techniques.

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Would you like to practice Ruzzle even when you’re on the PC? Well, then know that it is possible play Ruzzle yourself even using the computer. You even have two ways at your disposal.

The first is to connect to Facebook and play in the single mode of Zuffle, a well-known free video game that perfectly emulates Ruzzle’s mechanics and can be played directly online using any browser. I also told you about it in my guide on how to play checkers on the Internet on Facebookremember To access the practical mode of Zuffle, all you have to do is connect to the game page on Facebook and click on the button first Practice and then on Play the round.

Alternatively, if you are willing to “tweak” a little, you could install the real Ruzzle on your computer using BlueStacks, a free emulator that allows you to run applications for Android on Windows and Mac OS X. I explained in detail how to use it in my tutorials on how to play checkers on the Internet on the PC is how to emulate Android on Mac. Good fun!