iPhone/iPod Touch – Wordulous

It seems like such a simple concept, take a row of letters and try to make as many words as you can out of them in the time allotted. That’s the concept of Wordulous, and to be honest, the game is a hell of a lot harder than it sounds. I recently got Wordsworth and since I liked it so much I decided to check out what other games 99games has to offer. This lead me to Wordulous and again for $0.99 I couldn’t say no.

This game is simple, but extremely challenging and I have to admit right off the bat, my knowledge of three letters words isn’t what it should be. There is nothing to learn as far as game play, just tap the letters and spell a word. After a few Practice rounds I did the Examination and realized I have the vocabulary of a Butler. Why do you mock me so, little cartoon girl with squeaky voice?! Clearly I need a lot more practice.

Again, if you like word games and puzzles this is right up your alley. You will get more than enough game play to justify the $0.99 price. Just like Wordsworth, the game is simple and efficient. It takes only seconds to understand how to play, but will keep you coming back to do better next time.

Wordulous in the App Store

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