ProScrabble features 5 different computer levels, customizable scrabble tables, import/edit your own wordlist, dictionary search, and more.
PyScrabble is an online multiplayer Scrabble game which uses the Twisted framework for event-driven, asynchronous network programming, and PyGTK for windowing.
Quackle is a world-class crossword game artificial intelligence and analysis tool. It includes a move generator, simulator, and Qt-based user interface and can be used with any board layout, alphabet, lexicon, and tile distribution.
Scrabble3D is a highly customizable Scrabble game that not only supports Classic Scrabble and Superscrabble but also 3D games and own boards. You can play local against the computer or connect to a game server to find other players. Read more
Tux Math Scrabble
Tux Math Scrabble is a math-version of the popular board game for children 4-10. The game features drag-and-drop tiles for the user, while Tux moves his own. The game challenges young people to construct compound equations and consider multiple abstract possibilities.
TuxMathScrabble challenges young people to construct compound equations and consider multiple abstract possibilities. There are four skill levels for practice, from basic addition and subtraction through multiplication and division.
TuxWordSmith is a sister application to TuxMathScrabble. It uses XDXF dictionaries to let you play Word Scrabble against the computer. It currently uses the Oxford English Dictionary and is built atop the EduApp framework. It also has a screensaver mode where two computer players play endless Scrabble.
Wordplay is a game for Unix/GTK+. It is primarily aimed at Scrabble players looking to improve their anagramming and hooking skills, but can also be played for fun. The dictionary used is the full TWL98 word list (used for tournaments and club play in the U.S. and Canada).
XScrabble is a full multiplayer (1-4) implementation of the classic board game, with computer players, and over 118,000 word dictionary (the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary, edition 3, as used in U.S. tournaments).