Play Rearrange Letters and do not forget to try other free online brain games.
Learn new words, test your knowledge and have fun on Girlgames.com with Rearrange Letters, a game that is great for when you are looking for a calming experience, where the challenge doesn't come from how quick your fingers are, but more from how quickly your mind works, as well as the wealth of your knowledge. And because everyone is different and has interests that vary greatly, the subjects you can choose in Rearrange Letters are also diverse. You can choose to solve a riddle, guess a movie, identify a drawing, or just tell the meaning of a random word. If you are feeling adventurous, you can also select an option where all of these different subjects can appear during a round.
To keep in theme with its relaxing nature, Rearrange Letters can be played with only one hand. This can ensure that you can search with the other hand through a dictionary for the correct answer, but it can also hold your favorite beverage, while you try to solve the challenges that the game presents. In the beginning of each round, a string of random letters appear on the screen and, like the title of the game suggests, you have to move them around and rearrange them in such a way that they answer the question that is placed on the bottom of the screen, or they correctly identify whatever drawing is in front of you. Or, if you select the option where you have to find out the title of a movie, either an iconic phrase from that movie will be your clue, or a short description. And the cool thing about Rearrange Letters is that if you ever get stuck or you just lost your patience, you always have an option for the game to reveal the correct answer for you.
Find the correct words when you play Rearrange Letters on Girlgames.com and enrich your vocabulary.
To play you have to use the left mouse button to select a letter and, while keeping the button pressed, move the letter in the desired location. If you are playing from a mobile device, tap the screen and, while keeping your finger on the screen, move it to the position you want to place that letter.