Smart Apps For Android: Game of Words - FREE for a limited time (good Android apps)

Saturday, April 05, 2014

Game of Words - FREE for a limited time (good Android apps)

My kiddos have been home sick this week, which means that now the weekend is here and I’m the one stuck in the house sick myself.  So, today I picked an app to feature that is less of a kid app and more of a “hey-this-is-really-cool-because-I’m-kind-of-a-nerd” app.  I love word games of all kinds, and Game of Words is a new twist on many of my favorites.  You’ve got to merge your crossword smarts with your scrabble strategy skills.  I’m gonna be kicked back in my easy chair daring anybody to interrupt my play today.

Game of Words would also be a great app for older kids to really get them thinking, if you want to share.

It’s free right now on the Amazon App Store (the first 80 levels are free, others available with in-app purchases.)
No ads, in-app purchases for additional levels, no external links

What’s free: First 80 levels, that is a LOT of free content

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(Currently FREE, normally $0.99)

Screen Shots:

From Amazon:
Product Features
·       Clean interface designed for simple and easy game play for all screen sizes
·       Fun and challenging
·       Eighty levels with five additional expansion packs
·       Expand your vocabulary with thousands of words
·       Extra Hints are available if you're stuck by revealing a letter, a tile, or the whole word

Product Description
Game of Words is a new kind of word puzzle game for phones and tablets. It contains elements similar to crossword puzzles, scrabble and word jumbles. You can complete the game in any order you like. There is no time limit, no score and no penalty for trying different combinations. In case you get stuck, there are extra hints available to help you.

This game has been designed from the ground up to work with any screen size from phone to tablet to give the user an enjoyable experience.

The goal is simple; complete the level by finding words on the screen in any order.

You are given hints on the left with additional information on the right, to help you decipher the hint. You have the option of what that additional information is. Either the number of letters, a scrambled representation of the available letters or for added difficulty you can set it to display nothing.


Kelli is a bit miffed at the fact that she had to be sick on the one sunny day she’s had all week.

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