The goal is to make the biggest words possible from a letter grid in the center of the screen. With the multiplayer aspect, the words turn into attacks against one another. And now, heroes — hence the new name — can jump in and help you gain more points.
The game is free to play and you can earn coins to help you purchase new heroes.
Seattle-based PopCap, also known for titles including Bejeweled, Zuma and Peggle, was acquired last year by Electronic Arts for up to $1.3 billion.
Previously on GeekWire: EA pulls plug on some Facebook games, doubles down on PopCap