AlphaJax (WP)

AlphaJax (WP)

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There are a maximum of 20 AlphaJax (WP) achievements worth 352 (200)

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Duplicate in AlphaJax (WP)

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Online Required - These achievements require a connection to live services, such as Xbox Live, for playing an online game mode, for sharing content, accessing leaderboards, or validating data with a server.Single Player - These achievements can be obtained by a single player.Versus + - These achievements can be obtained in a face off game mode by two or more players and everyone who has met the requirements will earn the achievement. Score 2 word multipliers with one word

Achievement Guide for Duplicate

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AC1DGro0ve 3o3
Achievement won on 05 Dec 12
TA Score for this game: 352
Posted on 05 December 12 at 18:56, Edited on 29 April 13 at 14:45
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This one will take a bit of time and manipulation. In order to unlock the achievement, you will need to create a 9-letter word that will span across both 'DW' bonuses at the same time. You can do this in a local 'Pass & Play' game. choose a word based on your starting letters from here:

You'll have to abuse the swap-tile feature, but if you keep doing that, the game will start giving you back the tiles you first swapped out. Just use what you don't want on another part of the board and hold or build part of the word you've selected, with the other tiles.

I used the word 'RETENTION' spanning from the upper-right 'DW' to the lower-right 'DW'

- I started with a word that ended with an 'N'. The 'N' was positioned between the two 'DW's
- Next, I built my letter up to the word 'EN'
- After a few turns, to 'TEN'
- A bit more tile-swapping and built it up to 'TENT'
- Now held the remaining tiles needed until I could complete the entire word 'RETENTION'
Just remember. You have to use both 'DW' spaces at the same time.

Good luck.

Edit 04.29.13: Here's some visual aid.

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