Dingbats - Between the lines

Contains adsIn-app purchases
4.5
27.7K reviews
1M+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this game

One puzzle, one phrase: can you guess the meaning hidden behind each drawing? In this word game, you have to solve dingbats where pictures and words are clues to the answers.

Train your brain by solving the dingbats. And if you have some difficulties to solve a dingbat, you can ask for clues or help from your friends to solve those wacky wordies.

Have fun recognising or learning new idioms through the levels of the game.

New dingbats are regularly added to the game. If you have a puzzle in mind and would like it to be featured in a next release of the app, you can also send it.

A lot of the puzzles are based on British sayings so it might be more challenging and difficult if you are not British.
Updated on
Jun 29, 2024

Data safety

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This app may share these data types with third parties
App activity, App info and performance, and Device or other IDs
This app may collect these data types
Personal info, App activity and 2 others
Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted

Ratings and reviews

4.5
24.9K reviews
A Google user
December 28, 2019
A couple of really great puzzles which can be a lot of fun to think about. However, I'm not sure if it's a translation problem or if it was made to be intentionally difficult, but the "common phrases" just end up being complicated. Instead of "eyes bigger than your stomach" it's "have eyes bigger than ones stomach" which I've never heard used once and strays far enough away from the common phrase to make it too frustrating to continue if this is what easy looks like.
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A Google user
December 14, 2018
The game is fun, but like any game based on "common" phrases, there are some that are more familiar in different dialects or regions than others. For example, "Can't spell for toffee" is obviously more common in Britain than in southern American states. Overall, the feeling of stepping away for a day or two, then coming back and seeing the answer immediately is very satisfying, and much cheaper than paying for coins.
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Devlin Martin