12 Nov '12, 9am
Mit einem einfachen Ruby-Script beliebige Wörter in das Letterpress-Wörterbuch injizieren und immer gewinnen. #schade
Letterpress is an iOS game that came out a few weeks ago and immediately became popular enough to take down Apple’s GameCenter . It’s a cross between Scrabble and Go . The game is played on a board made out of 25 letters and players take turns building words in order to capture the letters they use. I was hopelessly addicted to Letterpress until I figured out how to win consistently. As it turns out, Letterpress’s dictionary and word check is stored and performed locally on your phone. By simply adding words to Letterpress’s dictionary, you can register any combination of letters as a valid word. Inside your iPhone, the dictionary is spread across a series of text files located in /<Letterpress folder>/Letterpress.app/o/[ab-zz].txt . For instance, ab.txt contains all the words that begin with aa, and so on and so forth. However, digging around a bunch of text files is no f...