Posted: 15 months ago, last updated 8 months ago.
There are 300 different puzzles that test your knowledge of animals, pop culture, sports or food. There's a special children's mode with 180 puzzles made for kids from age 9-11.
You can play collaborative with other people via FaceTime (SharePlay). When you're on a call, just click pause and then Play Together, to send a notification to others on the call through which they can join the game.
You can play this game in the following styles:
9+ year-olds usually have the required skill to enjoy this game. There's a special children's mode with 180 puzzles made for kids from age 9-11.
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- In-Game Purchases: Additional in-game purchases are offered for items that enhance the experience.
Play the first 40 levels for free then make a small purchase to access the rest of the game.
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You can't select difficulty in general, but you can skip any level you are stuck on. There's also a set of questions for younger players.
You can opt for a font to make the content more legible for people with dyslexia.
Aaron Spelker highlighted the game's support for play without sight via iOS Voiceover. Controls are a simple swipes left or right to move letters, then double tap to select the letter and swipes left or right to move it. Voiceover on iOS indicates if you are putting the letter before or after a letter that is on the board. Once you reorder the letters to form the answer to the clue, you move on to the next clue.
The Voiceover is well integrated into this game. The labels are informative ensuring that you fully understand the impact of your letter manipulations. This game is played in landscape with the power plug pointing to the left.
There are audio cues for when you drag letters that indicate the location with a rise scale of notes, a different one for each slot.
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