As per Seattle times,
“Snap Attack” is a free, Scrabble-type game in which players receive seven letters they can use over and over to make words during a 2½-minute session. The letters snap into place on the game board, which has a few words in place to build upon.
At the end of each round players are shown words they could have created and how their score ranks on a global leaderboard. Then it starts all over again, with a new game board each time.
Compared with “Wordament,” “Snap Attack” is a bit more complicated, and it may take a few rounds to get the hang of it.
The game is reportedly ready for iOS and Android, but won’t be released until summer. A move which many Windows Phone fans will love for sure.