Spell Up: Fun New Word Game and Chrome Experiment
Article by George Norman
On 15 May 2014
Google recently presented a new Chrome Experiment called Spell Up. It is a fun word game that is powered by your voice, a fun word game that will help you improve your English. Hone your spelling skills with this virtual spelling bee!



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There is a new Chrome Experiment you need to know about: Spell Up. This is a fun, voice-powered word game that works like this: you have to correctly spell words, solve word jumbles, and guess mystery words.

Get things right and you will build up a word tower. As you play the game you earn medals and you collect coins, coins that you can use to activate various power-ups.

Get things wrong and the tower will fall. As the tower goes higher and higher, it will be harder and harder to avoid making a mistake; or to put it in other words, the game will get harder the higher the tower gets.

Spell Up is a good choice for anyone who is looking to hone his English spelling skills. Playing the game is like taking part in a virtual spelling bee. Speak into the microphone and Chrome will understand what you say.

Spell Up, a Chrome Experiment, works best in Chrome on desktop computers (that have a microphone) and on Android smartphones and tablets. Spell Up also works on iPhones and iPads, but you will have to type to spell words instead of speak to spell words.

Spell Up – Main Features
  • Spell words using your voice, guess mystery words, and solve word jumbles.
  • Build up a tower by correctly spelling words.
  • Earn medals, collect coins, activate power-ups.
  • This is a fun and educational game that can help improve your English.
  • Google encourages teachers to use the game in the classroom.
  • Spell Up is Chrome Experiment that works best in the Chrome web browser.

Click here to get started with the Spell Up game.

Chrome for Windows-powered computers is available for download right here on FindMySoft.
Chrome for other platforms is available for download here.
Chrome for smartphones and tablets is available for download here.

Find other interesting Chrome Experiments here.




Tags: Google, Chrome, Spell Up, Chrome Experiments, Android
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