Some ads autoplay with sound, even when the app volume is turned off and phone is on do not disturb. That is unacceptable for any app, and takes away from what is otherwise decent game. The inability to save midway through a puzzle is a downside too - you have to complete the full puzzle in one session.
I like to play this game, it's rare and unique. But some of the features, they're confusing. Like, I don't know what certain button or touch will do. A pretty good suggestion: the puzzle should stay like in a saved game state, when I go back to it another time I will know what words I've guessed already.
Great game! But: one of the packs uses the word 'groal' which even Mirriam Webster's website doesn't recognise as being a real word. I feel like even the community packs should have some validation done on them.
Great, fun little game. Pity the are not more free packs, but good job on putting together a very instinctual word app. More of the crossword style games would be good. The Robert Seater fan-made games are horribly difficult and obscure! Overall 4/5
Another simple yet addictive outing from noodlecake (the gang that brought us 'flow' , which you should definitely have a play of). It sometimes feels a little clunky (i keep discovering words accidentally when I'm scrolling to try something else), and could do with some more options for different play styles (I get really annoyed when I finish a puzzle before I've had the chance to find all the possible words) but in spite of this it's still a fun little game.
In most anagram games you search for new combinations within a single word but in typeshift you search three to five words stacked and scrambled up together. Play continues until you have used all letters in a puzzle at least once.
- Bug fixes
Noodlecake Studios Inc
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