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Are you bad at spelling? Well if so this app might be able to help! If your bored you can just hop on it and, it really challenges the brain! I feel like this app helps me learn new words! Like for example did you know Lemony was a word?! This app can sometimes be frustrating if you can’t piece a word together but there’s all sorts of things to use on the app, like bullseye’s, hints, and I don’t know what the last one is called but it looks like a firework. If you don’t have enough coins use the hints then you can always buy some but if you want free coins then you can watch a video, take a survey or look at the other offers. If you absolutely cannot figure out a word and you don’t wanna use the options to get a hint you can always search it on the web, but I try to use this as a last resort because it defeats the purpose of the game if you cheat constantly. I have only have to do this a few times though! One of my favorite parts is the bonus words and those are words you have found that aren’t in the puzzle these bonus words can get you coins! Overall my rating over this app is 5 stars because it is an awesome app and thanks to the team who created this!
I can say it’s fun and easy to get lost in, as I made it through 80-ish levels in about 2 hours, but that’s where the magic ends. This isn’t a game I expected to see abbreviations in (app=application among others. They aren’t terribly common, that’s just the most recent one). Around puzzle 90, the first word I made, and was shocked to see accepted, was “skeet”. As far as I knew, this was just slang and I deleted the game. Skeet shooting, however, is actually a sport. Unlike most people, I didn’t even look at the boosters, aids, and ad free purchases I could make as I don’t bother until I’m well and truly stuck. The plus is, like others have said, ads go quickly and are usually skipable in about 5 seconds. Coins are fairly easy to earn and usually you can make dumb match ups and random ones that you didn’t realize were words will be accepted even if they don’t go on the board, and earn you more coins. Plurals and singulars of words you’ve already made, if they can be made, count this way too if there isn’t a spot on the board for them. There is no downside to randomly matching x amount of letters and being wrong, other than a mild amount of frustration, a little time potentially wasted, and maybe using a hint or power up if you’re really that stuck. Overall it’s a good game, there are just moments where it feels unprofessional and I find them to be jarring.
As you increase the levels of play, the more difficult it gets to finding the right word within the jumble of five letters. I absolutely love this app because it keeps your brain focused and sharp, and as you continue playing the game in regards to the game’s difficulty, the easier it is to apply this concept in real life situations. Four instance, if you are faced with a difficult decision or not being able to find a solution when you’re a member of a team made up of several other people, playing this game actually allows you to see a solution whereas, previously, you would not have recognized such a solution or several solutions. As well as, t applying this same logic to other situations in your own life I do have one criticism, it’s not specifically about the game, but about the number of people who complain about the ads that are constantly running. Don’t these people realize that those ads allow Want to play this game and download the app both for free! In the early side of the game, I failed to see how the coins that are earned during play benefit you with in the game. It would also be nice to have the different types of hence defined and/or described.
I admit that I’ve become obsessed with this game despite its flaws. It’s a great way to spend some mindless time. It would be so much better if it had a better and expanded vocabulary. As it is, it doesn’t accept many perfectly legitimate words. One of them is “aqua,” which is particularly ironic given that one of the levels is called “AQUA.” Other non-starters are ware, garret, and fest, along with many more that I could name. The developers should consult a Scrabble dictionary — or any dictionary, for that matter. It would make for a MUCH better game if it just used Scrabble-approved words minus two-letter words. At least then there would be some rationale for why words are or are not accepted. The other thing that detracts from the game is the fact that levels start to repeat—the same combinations of letters show up multiple times. But hey, for a game with hundreds of levels, I guess that’s to be expected. There are a lot of annoying pop ups asking you for in-app purchases, although these are not necessary to keep playing. One of them — the “piggy bank” — purports to be a reward but is actually nothing more than another opportunity to buy stuff. Despite all this, it’s a relaxing, not-too-challenging time waster that can provide a pleasant break if you’re into word games.
It is an okay app so far. Starts off WAY to easy, but I guess that’s probably so that anyone can play, even young kids. It has far too many 3 letter words for my liking. It probably gets harder eventually, but till that point, it is a bit boring for me. I have two other qualms. The first is that there are legal words that the game doesn’t accept. If you do come up with a word that was not chosen for the crossword, it counts as a “bonus word” (which adds to your total to be able to later use for hints, which is a good idea). However, there are valid words that the game doesn’t accept. I can’t remember all of them right now, but some are “alee” and “luged”. They accepted “luge” just fine, so I have no idea why the past tense in “luged” would be an issue. The other main issue that annoys me is the frequency of the ads. I’ve played other games that have ads before, and I understand that’s how free games supplement their income in order to give us the content in the game. However, the frequency of the ads is the issue in this game. By far the most frequent ads I’ve ever seen. Sometimes have to deal with an ad every two minutes or less, if I finish the crossword quickly, which is ridiculous. At least you can X out of the ads fairly quickly. Still, having ads that often is annoying.
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Wordscapes has 457 912 user reviews.
Wordscapes is ranking in Word on the 2.
Wordscapes has an average rating of 4.9.
The latest version of Wordscapes (1.3.2) was released on Nov 19, 2019.
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Get the incredibly addicting word game that everyone is talking about! Starts off easy
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This modern game combines the best of word searching and crosswords for tremendous brain challenging fun!
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► Over 6,000 puzzles!
► Starts easy and becomes challenging!
Wordscapes is the latest top rated word game from the makers of Word Chums, Spell Blitz and MixTwo.
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