Addictive loner play. Versus could use work I like this game. It's fun and adorable, but I would like to see a better way to challenge my friends than posting to facebook or sending emails/texts. Other games like Trivia Crack figured this out perfectly. A group of us regularly play together because it's simple to just click on their names, and they get a notification on their phone that there is a challenge waiting. I won't be playing much verses until there is a better way to invite people to a challenge.
I love this game. At first i used it just to waste time. But my 4 yr old son started playing with me and I think its a great tool for him to practice both his alphabet identification as well as spelling. In the beginning I would spell the words and he would type the letters in, but now that we've been playing for a few weeks he is able to find more and more of his own words!
Fun timerless game; doesn't nag for money Alphabear is pretty easy (takes a while to get tough). The bears sleep and you can pay money to wake, but I never felt that I needed to. Most levels have no timer so you can guess words (and maybe learn something). There are timer levels for more challenge.
Lovely word game with a twist. Somewhat frustrating when you're really close to getting the second objective :) you need to wait to get more honey which lets you play the stages, but with unlimited honey for £4, I am quite tempted to get that! There is also in game currency which allows you to reuse bonuses sooner, but I haven't actually used that.
Easy-to-understand simplified scrabble. Characters are cute. The games mechanics are simple but the puzzles scale and get more challenging, so it holds attention. I can see why someone might spend a little bit of money on it, but it's not required for it to be fun. I do notice an error on the page for selecting bears prior to a puzzle - I'll have to touch bear several times before it is selected. Overall though a funny, smart puzzle game and another good piece from Spry Fox.
Polished Yet Lacking A fun highly polished game with a quirky style. Alphabear has charm but lacks depth, getting repetitive and grindy fast. Found myself lacking motivation to play. A few ideas for improvement could be the addition of a story mode and leaderboards (maybe tied to a weekly challenge). Fun to play on the go but little replayability. Good for players who want something simple and stress free.
React much more calmly to provocative events. WWABD?
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