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I got this game because i thought it would be a fun challenge, which it is! It is very nice to look at and addicting. :) The one thing is the little buttons on the title screen and after you finish a level are very small and a little hard to read from the font. Still 5 stars, though, as the buttons are pretty self explanatory.
This game is fun it makes my brain actually think specially cause I’m on spring brake and I haven’t been actually exercising my brain since March 20 plus it’s hard but they go getting harder based on how you take them so you get me the only thing is that they have many adds
Just got this game and tell me something if you don’t mind......in the Glowing Reviews that I read just before I downloaded it, how come nobody complained about the game being interrupted by videos time after time!!!!!!!! Now, I think I see. Every time you make a mistake, you have to watch a video about another game. Not nice 🤨 Would not have downloaded had I known about videos Update after about an hour....DONE WITH THE VIDEOS!!!!!! They are not just ads people, they are VERY ANNOYING VIDEOS that they are forcing us to watch!! Well, NOT ME!!! You had a great little game but you DESTROYED IT!! See ya
Fun, casual game. The “zen” mode makes it even more chill and relaxed. It’s refreshing to see a new kind of word game. Yes, there’s a lot of ads but the cost to remove them is dirt cheap. After I paid for no ads it made the game perfect.
I downloaded this game yesterday and enjoyed the challenge. Until I got to Level Six. At that point, it was just frustrating, failing by one move. You have the option to skip a puzzle, but showing the solution might help to advance to the next level (and to continue playing).
There are about 4000 four-letters words in the English language.
Back in my day, I didn’t have a fancy phone like you do. So to kill time,
I obsessed over the game 15-tile. Oh, you've heard of it? The one with 15 numbered tiles on a grid? And the one empty tile-space? You have to use brute force until they are in order, yes?
Yeah, anyways, this isn't that game. Too remedial for you. But, let me tell you what. I added some letters. I removed some tiles. And now, you've got a limited number of moves to match the given word by ordering the tiles into the centre row of the board. Sounds simple enough, doesn't it? Good luck Chief. By level three you'll be dealing with locks. Then bombs. Then, well...
The game begins with 130 puzzles (with plenty of updates to come). It has haptic feedback, lovely typography, and a tasty color palette. The title of the game comes from a Liz Phair song. The game is iPhone X optimized, comes with a nice iMessage sticker pack, and doubles as a Scrabble dictionary.
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