Updated January 5, 2018
Ogle is a single-player word-finding game for Windows. It was inspired by a classic tabletop game you've probably played, but with a few differences:
The pace is faster. In each game, you start with a small amount of time, and you gain more by entering words. If you don't find words quickly, the game ends;
Longer words add more time to the clock, but all words score a single point;
Followed words are not counted, so entering multiple related words — like fine, fines, and finest — is often unnecessary.
Read here to learn how to play.
- Windows 8, 7, or Vista;
- .NET Framework 3.5;
- A pointing device, preferably a three-button mouse.
Ogle is a free, open source application developed by Jeremy Kelly. Its use and distribution are subject to the terms of the GNU General Public License.
The Ogle word lists derive from SCOWL, copyright ©2000-2004 Kevin Atkinson. Use and distribution of SCOWL are subject to the terms of the SCOWL License.
To report bugs or otherwise contribute, contact the developer. To check for updates, visit the Ogle website.