Ravels - Words Of Wisdom

3.9
41 reviews
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Everyone
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About this game

Ravels - Wisdom introduces players to the Ravels family with a free game that incorporates "words of wisdom" quotations handed down through the ages. Ravels - Wisdom contains 30 puzzles in 3 challenge levels, with quotations from those on the world stage like Winston Churchill, Mark Twain, Maya Angelou, and Warren Buffett.

The creative minds at GabySoft have a new challenge for you! Ravels tangles up the wise and crazy utterances of the world's most visible people. Your goal is to root out the component words of those quotations and then arrange them back in the correct order.

Sound easy? You might be surprised by three challenge levels and options, plus a timer, to push you over the edge! GabySoft created Ravels for those who were bored by Word Search and Jumble puzzles and wanted an addicting higher level game that was thought provoking and different. So sit back, grab your favorite beverage, and lets begin!
Updated on
May 23, 2013

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3.9
41 reviews
A Google user
June 8, 2013
It is an enjoyable twist on a more familiar word game - a combo between forming words out of the individual letters and rearranging them to form a quotation. I tried the free one (Ravels wisdom) and after about 5 minutes I bought the Ravels Humor. The only problem with it is that it is fairly fast to finish a game and there aren't any more available after Humor.
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A Google user
February 25, 2014
I found this app to be fun and unique. I have not seen anything like it. Please make more. Also a bit smoother navigation would be nice.
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A Google user
January 9, 2015
I have all Kris's games, and love them. It is relaxing to play something that is not full of gimmicks and flashing lights. My only niggle is that as a left hander it is a bit faffy to see arrow when placing the words into a phrase.
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