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I really enjoyed this game. I’ve been playing it on and off since Arcade launched. It took me this long to finally finish all thousand word puzzles! I can’t fault the amount of content, and I really enjoyed going through them all. The last two puzzles were fairly amusing (was the prototype from 997 also related?) but I wish you’d take your own advice on the last puzzle and add ACHIEVEMENTS! This would have been the perfect game for them. I had no problems with the game at all, except for the puzzles around 480 to 530. For some reason, i think that block of 50 puzzles escaped quality control testing. I had numerous problems in that block, from answers that applied to the previous (or worse, NEXT) puzzle, to duplicate puzzles, to pictures that would not load (a blank white image; I just had to find words randomly). After those puzzles though, it was smooth sailing through the rest of the thousand.
Simple, fun word puzzle. Familiar mechanics with a nice, themed twist and great aesthetics. Easily recommended if you enjoy games like Wordscapes or Word Cookies or anything else in that genre. Two minor suggestions for the developers: - My one frustration (albeit small) is that the level progress meter disappears after a second each time you spell a word. If you’re not paying attention you miss it and miss out on important information (is this the last word?). If the intent is to let players have that information I recommend just having the bar always visible. - Make it clear to players in the tutorial that the spelling always alternates left-right-left. I guessed this was the case due to the laces theme, but knowing for sure helped with the puzzle solving. Also, related: don’t allow connections to go vertically - if it truly does always alternate, it’s annoying when I accidentally touch a letter on the same side.
It was very easy in the beginning them became challenging and kept me occupied. Tonight I was playing before going to sleep. My “20% battery” alert came on, I pushed “OK” and when back to playing. About 5 seconds later the app flashed and I was suddenly back at level one. I tried going to the support page, would never load. I’m bummed, I was only on level 73 or so but starting over doesn’t sound ideal. Edit: I just looked at some of the other reviews. Signing out and back into Game Center fixed the problem!
I’m not much for word puzzles, but I do like the appeal of just sitting back, having some music playing and searching at my leisure the words I need to find. This game does that perfectly fine, even though it did get stale at one point. The music and sound effects are fine, but after a while they started to grate on my nerves and I promptly muted everything to enjoy my own music. I’d have liked a little more diversity in the music, especially considering how often I’d spend in one puzzle. The gameplay itself is fairly standard and that I ended up finding boring by the end of my time. I made it through 100 levels before I decided that my time with the game was at its end. The static pictures were bland. I would have liked some more creativity in the options, maybe something like having people submit drawings to be featured instead of stock Google photos. I also didn’t like the minimalist approach to helping the player. Let the progress bar stay on the screen and give me an option to see what words I made so I can brainstorm more ideas. Having such a sparse UI kind of bored me since I wasn’t always actively engaged with the progress I was making. Overall, even with my complaints, I had fun. I knew what I was getting with this game and it met my expectations exactly. If you want a laidback, easygoing word hunt game than look no further than Word Laces.
I was dubious at first, believing that this app would be like most word games, starting off with extremely simple words that would bore me to death. But I was wrong. This little game rocks! The premise of the game is to look at the picture, figure out the words depicted from the letters given, then “lace” the letters together to form the words. The animations are cute and lend to the game enjoyment. The app provides hints at no cost when you get stuck and, as you level up, you attain new skins to apply to the board.
Developed by the Minimega,
Word Laces has 2 544 user reviews.
Word Laces has an average rating of 4.7.
The latest version of Word Laces (1.5.2) was released on Nov 07, 2019.
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Word Laces is a word puzzle game about associations, connotations, and collecting shoes.
Every picture tells a
story, find the meaning and solve the puzzle. Just swipe to lace up words, it’s simple and satisfying!
Each level presents you with an image and a set of jumbled letters. Your task is to find words associated with the image and “lace” the words together.
Loop, link, and weave your way through over 1000 puzzles. Unlock new themes and expand your shoe collection. How many can you collect?
The daily puzzle for Word Laces features topical content from around the world. Whether it’s Thanksgiving, Ramadan, Halloween or Hanukkah, every day is worth celebrating.
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