Your kids start remember items when clicking two same items in the game. They can get more score when they click as less as they can to finish the game. During the practice, the kids can remember different colors, shapes alphabet or even numbers.
- Four levels with different themes (City, Clock, Figure, Mix)
- Different cards matching training
- Interesting graphics and fancy icons
- Ease to use in tablets and mobile phones
This game is created by the JD Fun Box ( jdbox ) – an interesting game to train memory for your babies and kids
Walking in Circles has always been esoteric. Walking in Circles does not pull you along by the nose, but version 2.0 adds the "walkie accomplishments" menu. A series of ten locked milestones, the "walkie accomplishments" menu gives the walkie an at least abstract idea of how completely they have explored the world. In a recent study of nearly 25,000 walkies, only 3 unlocked all ten accomplishments, or .012%.
"One of my gripes with all games of this genre ['escape the room'] is a cliche complaint with a cliche game mechanic: they need to think outside the box.. Walking In Circles is not only a rare example of this.. but it also accomplishes it spectacularly well.." -Tom Fronczak, Destructoid
Previously known as "Jumblee Words", it has now been rebranded as "Lexathon".
The faster you react and the more words you find from the English dictionary, the higher your score! Lexathon is translated in 19 different languages, so post your scores to Facebook, throw down the linguistic gauntlet and challenge your friends to beat your top scores.
Shake your phone to scramble the letters to discover as many words as possible. Don’t waste any time! Once you’ve found as many words as you can, click the ‘Give up’ button to maximise your score and see all the words you missed.
*With more than 100,000 word puzzles to solve, you could play Lexathon once a day and still have a fresh word game to play for the next 275 years!*
So if you're into addictive puzzle games or anagrams, like word jumbles, want improve your English vocabulary and spelling or enhance your Boggle and Scrabble skills, then this is the game for you!
If you like playing games such as DroidWords, Lexic, Boggle, Syrious Scramble, Target, Wixel, Word Frenzy, Word Game, Word Mix, Word Scrambler, Wordfeud, Wordoid, Wordplay, "Words With Friends", WordUp/WordzUp then you've come to the right place!
Very active developer, so if you encounter *any* problems please contact me first and I'll do my best to help.
★ Race against the clock in timed mode, or go at your own pace with untimed mode
★ Look up definitions in a user modifiable dictionary
★ Word definitions - courtesy of Wordnik
★ Leader boards and achievements - courtesy of Google Play Games
★ Post scores to Facebook
★ You decide how long a game should last
★ Shake to shuffle letters
★ Google TV ready
★ Ad supported or in-app pro version
★ Game has been professionally translated to the following languages: German, Italian, Korean and Russian
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Control conveyor belts, electromagnets, fans, and more, to solve physics-based puzzle challenges and guide boxes of Knickknack's toys to the delivery platform.
Based on the upcoming TV show Some Assembly Required
Real-world physics and challenging level design
Tutorial levels to get you started quickly
20 exciting, addictive levels
New levels released early 2014
** Update February 2014 **
P. Everett Knickknack welcomes you back to the factory with access to Zone 3! This exciting new zone will have you juggling spare parts—deliver them in the right order to construct a robot in all-new 'Assembly' levels. If that's not challenging enough for you, try your hand at earning bonus stars in the freshly-added challenge system, available in all levels from Zone 2 onward!
• 10 new levels
• New level objective: Assembly
• New puzzle piece: Launcher
• 3 challenge stars available in every level of Zone 2 and Zone 3
• Fixes and improvements all over the app—the smoothest Knickknack experience yet
** Update March 2014 **
• Zone 4 is now available to play once you have finished Zone 3.
• Bombs - Use careful timing to blow up things in your way or clear a path for pieces you need…and don’t forget about the countdown on each bomb.
• Streamlining Level - Make all your decisions in advance. Set up the factory and put the wheels in motion, but once you start, it's hands off.
3 levels of difficulty
The words in Word Jumble are challenging, so if a word is too hard, you can skip it by hitting the next word button.
Each word you get right you score points, bonus points are awarded for getting the word right on the first try.
If anyone has suggestions for more words feel free to email us, we plan to keep this app updated with new features.
If you like Word Jumble you can help us by supporting the advertisers who make this app possible, also please rate us. Thank You
The basic idea of the game is to find words in a grid, and indicate them using your phone's touchscreen. The many options, most of which change gameplay drastically, make it a game that will never get old!
Listed below are some of its many features (but you'll have to try the game to really see the wide variety of fun gameplay it can offer!):
* English (American and British) and Dutch dictionaries included by default, as well as SOWPODS and TWL 2006.
* Game rules can be changed whenever you want:
There is endless gameplay variation. By default the game is set up so that consecutive letters in a word must come from adjacent dice blocks, like Boggle.
If you play in this mode, you can choose to enable or disable or even strictly require diagonal moves or bends in a word to keep the gameplay fresh.
If you play without the adjacency restriction, it's a whole other game all-together! In that case, you can jumble together words using all the blocks in any way.
You decide what is most fun to you!
* Minimum/maximum word count: Generated games will contain an amount of words within a specified range. Only want games with lots of words in them? No problem, specify a high minimum word count! Want a totally different challenge? Specify minimum word length 9, maximum word count 1 and try to find the only 9-letter word in a 7 by 7 grid. (Good luck!)
* Ability to block certain words and add additional words (on a per-dictionary basis). You don't think "biwinning" is a real English word? Block it!
* Customizable grid layout: you vary the width and height or the playing grid, play on non-square grids if you like, for some variation on the old 4x4 gameplay. You can even disable individual blocks if you want even more variation!
* Word definition lookup: Simply press on a word twice in the list after a game to look it up online! This makes the game educational as well as fun
* 8 nice default color schemes, plus the ability to choose a custom color for your game blocks
* Scoring system, using points per minute and percentage of maximum score metrics. Think you're better than your friends? Now you can (dis)prove it! High scores can be kept per metric per dictionary. Note that letter frequency determines how much points a letter is worth!
* Two different input methods: by default you drag your finger along the screen to form words and releasing when your word is done. If you prefer, you may choose the alternate input method, which using tapping on letter blocks and a separate word submission button.
* Hot blocks:
This feature adds a lot of fun (and stress!) to the game. It works as follows: if hot blocks are enabled, the game randomly picks a block in your grid, and designates it "the hot block". It will be darkened on your screen, so you will be able to tell easily, which block it is. Now, if you form a word while using this letter block, while it is hot, this word will be worth more points. You can specify the duration a block will be hot (when it cools down, another hot block will immediately take its place), and also the score multiplier (ranging from 2x score to 5x!).
* Local 2-player challenges
* Game saving: you can save your games at any point and then resume them later. The game also contains an autosave feature that activates whenever you navigate away from the app. In case your phone battery runs out, for example, you'll still be able to continue!
* Tons of look and feel options, you can basically customize ANYTHING about this game
This free game's development is supported by ads.
If you liked word games like Word Hero, Ruzzle / Rumble, WordUp / WordzUp, Tile Takedown, Boggle, Wixel, Word Game, Syrious Scramble, etc. you won't be disappointed with this game! Have fun.
Please consider reviewing/rating Wordplay on the market, if you enjoy it!
TRY IT NOW AND BECOME A LEGENDARY SLIDE GENIUS!!
Slide me Features,
- Easy and fun to play
- Unique level editor
- Hundreds of different levels
- Hints to solve the puzzle
- You can select a board size from 5x5 to 10x10
- You can skip levels
- In app purchase
- Phone and tablet support
- Share screenshot of completed levels on Whatsapp, Gmail, Twitter, Facebook etc..
Please help us with feedback on problems,ideas, and or concerns. Thanks for your time and patience.
Playing the game is simple. Each word is shown to you in a jumbled form. Simply assemble the letters together to form the correct word. You have 3 chances to get the word right before you lose points. Alternately, you can also skip and move on to the next word.
-77,000+ recognized words
-US & UK dictionaries
-Trillions of possible boards.
-Compete online against thousands of players
-Keyboard and Touch Screen entry
-Code available under the GPL
The ShatterBall experience is unique, but gameplay can be described as a combination of mini golf, billiards, and pinball, but with a puzzle flare. You can learn to play ShatterBall in a matter of seconds. However, each new level offers a complexity that will make you feel truly awesome as you advance through the game.
You can bounce your glass ball off of bouncy objects, but you'll need to avoid hitting the concrete blocks or metal pipes which make it shatter. With a multitude of moving and spinning objects, it will take some skill and strategy to get your ball to its goal. Use your expert aim and timing skills to get your glass ball to the star, and light it up.
There are varying degrees of difficulty from level to level, but in general, the first levels are easier and the last levels are harder. Each time you beat a level, the next one is unlocked and your progress is auto-saved. Beat all 70 and prove your awesomeness!
- Exciting, intuitive game play with precision ball control
- Physics based interactions between the glass ball and other objects
- 70 unique, beautifully rendered, fun-filled levels that can be played and played again to your heart's content
- Progress is auto-saved after each level is beat
- Every level has been thoroughly tested and is beatable. If one method isn't working for you, try changing angles, speeds, and which objects to bounce off of.
- You can drag your glass ball from anywhere on the screen while the ball is within the flashy box, but you will lose control of your ball as soon as it goes outside of the flashy box. You can catch the ball when it comes back into the flashy box.
- Zoom in and out by pinching.
- If you decide that you have set your ball's speed too slow, you can start the level over quickly by triple-tapping the screen to bring up the pause menu, then tapping the Restart button.
- You can adjust the game difficulty to "Easy" or "Wicked."
By Troy Tegeder
Copyright TegTap, LLC
Keywords: shatter, ball, balls, pinball, mini golf, billiards, pool, glass, break, flick, bounce, aim, bowling, marble, brick, breaker, strategy, puzzle, free, action,
Monument Valley is a surreal exploration through fantastical architecture and impossible geometry. Guide the silent princess Ida through mysterious monuments, uncovering hidden paths, unfolding optical illusions and outsmarting the enigmatic Crow People.
"One of the very finest hours, and the value of such a thing is incalculable" - Kotaku
"Brilliant design... stayed with me like a dream I didn't want to forget... 9/10" - Polygon
"Monument Valley stuns with its serenity... each screen is a work of art" - Huffington Post
"Almost impossibly gorgeous... a feast for your senses... 5/5" - Touch Arcade
“Monument Valley is the most elegant game I have ever played” - Tim Schafer
Inspired by minimalist 3D design, optical illusions and palaces and temples from around the world, every monument is a unique, hand-crafted world to explore.
EASY TO USE
Twist and drag to reshape the world and help Ida to explore. Designed to be easy for everyone to pick up, enjoy and complete.
Audio reacts to your manipulation of the world to provide a surreal and beautiful soundscape. Best experienced with headphones.
Synchronize your game across all your devices.
Monument Valley is optimised for both tablets and phones.
The first levels have hints for beginners, while more experienced Japanese crosswords players can find more challenging, larger puzzles. It’s easy to learn how to play the game, but you will need logical and analytical skills.
"Simple and awesome! It's the game I looking for, it's lightweight, simple, addicting."
"Love this game. Great controls. Keeps me from having to buy so many puzzle magazines and books...and pens!"
"Awesome game! I love this picross...some of the puzzles are hard to figure out..but that makes it a challenge!"
"Very addictive griddlers! I play every chance I get."
"Great! If you want to challenge your self, then this is the app for you!! A very good way to keep your brain busy!"
- More than 800 puzzles
- 8 levels and sizes, ranging from 5х5 to 90х90
- Unlimited random nonograms
- Easy controls
- Ancient Japanese design
- Syncing between devices
Japanese crosswords, also known as nonogram, hanjie, griddlers, picross, crucipixel, edel, figurepic, grafilogika, japanilaiset, karala!, kare, logicolor, logigraphe, oekaki, oekaki-mate, pic-a-pix, pikurosu, ristikot, shchor, square, tsunami, uftor or paint by numbers puzzles, started appearing in Japanese puzzle magazines. Non Ishida published three picture grid puzzles in 1988 in Japan under the name of "Window Art Puzzles". Subsequently in 1990, James Dalgety in the UK invented the name Nonograms after Non Ishida, and The Sunday Telegraph started publishing them on a weekly basis.
In japanese nonograms the numbers are a form of discrete tomography that measures how many unbroken lines of filled-in squares there are in any given row or column. For example, a clue of "4 8 3" would mean there are sets of four, eight, and three filled squares, in that order, with at least one blank square between successive groups. To solve Japanese nonogram, one needs to determine which squares will be filled and which will be empty.
These nonograms are often black and white, describing a binary image, but they can also be colored. If colored, the number clues are also colored to indicate the color of the squares. In such crossword two differently colored numbers may have a space in between them. For example, a black four followed by a red two could mean four black boxes, some empty spaces, and two red boxes, or it could simply mean four black boxes followed immediately by two red ones.
Hanjie has no theoretical limit on size, and is not restricted to square layouts.
Griddlers were implemented by 1995 on hand held electronic toys in Japan. They were released with name Picross - Picture Crossword.