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Not a lot of challenge here so far. I’m on world 8 of 22 and keep waiting for the difficulty to ratchet up. It hasn’t yet. It’s not so much a game as a simple distraction. There’s really no point other than earning coins. What in the world can you do with these coins? Buy hints. Only problem is, the game is so easy you hardly ever need to use hints. I’ve got 7,000+ coins that are actually quite worthless. I doubt I’ll have the patience to get all the way through level 22. I can’t believe I haven’t completely tired of it by now, to be honest. I hope it gets tougher soon.
This game is very addicting but is far from perfect. First, the ads are so obnoxious that for the first time ever I actually paid for game. The problem is that levels stops at 22 and no more levels seem to be forthcoming. When you pay for a game, you expected to be available long term. Secondly, as the levels increase, you are no longer dealing with regular words - they start adding proper names, foreign words and acronyms. As you are not expecting anything more than normal every day words, you end up using your credits to figure it out. The dictionary is chock-full of every day words so why do you have to add proper names, etc.? I think that this is the biggest flaw of their game. Thirdly, I swear that they repeat levels. Many times I’ve gone through and recognized that I’ve already seen that word more than once or even twice. Lazy! So the bottom line is that this is a great concept for word lovers to practice their skills, but execution can be improved. Add on more levels first and foremost.
Rather than continually paying anywhere from $.99 to $1.99 to 599 to get extra points to keep the game going although I’ve done that I rely on the 15 point reward for taking a minute or two to watch an ad , suddenly that button went missing just as my score got down quite low to 93. I’ve been playing this game intensely for quite a while I find it relaxing and fun but now I feel it’s rigged tic force the player to keep paying for points So I’m guessing the company that owns this game is no longer content to collect fees from all the advertisers I’m exposed to and now they are going to try to extract more money from the consumer -me- I don’t like this and if the reward button doesn’t return soon you’ll be losing a faithful advertising audience
The numerous ads are irritating and obnoxious ... far too many ads. When the game is won, the flowers should bloom sequentially, not all at once. And the flower colors should include some brilliant primary colors, not just faded, boring pastel shades. And get rid of the current pattern in which the flowers are placed ... entirely too similar to the Nazi swastika. I suggest placing the flowers in a swirl or spiral pattern ... curves, not sharp angles. The difficulty level needs to gradually increase as the player progresses through the game levels. Overall, this game has good potential to become much more enjoyable and, perhaps, to even become a classic.
I can sit through the ads that randomly come up between levels. I’m patient and don’t want to spend money. But now some of the ads will PLAY THEIR SOUNDS. Even though I have my phone on silent, and all sound and music turned off for the app. Not all ads do this either. But I’m going to delete this app now because I play it while making sure the baby is asleep or between work meetings and the random sound is disruptive. I feel like I’m trying to be forced into purchasing ad-free. Instead, I’ll just play another app. (And for the record I’ve been playing this for weeks; the sound issue has only started in the past few days.)
Developed by the IsCool Entertainment,
who have also released the following apps Garden of Words - Word Game, Belote Multiplayer - Card Game, Wordox - Multiplayer word game, One Link Puzzle, Poker Pocket, Idle Trains, Idle Sculpture, Coblox, High Five - Pentomino Puzzle, Crazy 8s ∙ Card Game .
Garden of Words - Word Game has 11 923 user reviews.
Garden of Words - Word Game has an average rating of 4.4.
The latest version of Garden of Words - Word Game (1.41) was released on Dec 12, 2019.
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Easy to play, Garden of Words is a word game that makes learning fun!
Play every day and improve your spelling!
Memorize new words and expand your vocabulary!
With over 10 million players around the world, Garden
of words is the number one word game. Exercise your brain and play with letters. Collect pictures, guess the words, it’s like a quiz but with no questions! Just find the words!
Connect letters and create stunning words to win! With our dictionaries you can have hours and days of fun wherever you are!
- Simple and accessible: slide your finger on the letters to make a word.
- Original and fun: the crossword puzzle gives you hints about the words you can find.
- Enjoy the different and colorful garden backgrounds! The calm and cozy atmosphere will help you concentrate when looking for words.
- Over 700 puzzles in 8 languages, with regular updates each week!
- Thousands of hidden words to unlock thanks to our comprehensive dictionaries! Win coins with each bonus word you find.
- Can't think of a word in a puzzle? Use a hint to uncover a letter on the board!
- Play offline, anywhere, anytime!
- Win coins and collect hundreds of pics!
New word grid everyday, it’s like having thousands of crosswords directly in your pocket ! Offline? No problem! You can still play!
Once you start to play, you'll never want to stop!
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