Make words with cards to win points without ever making a mistake.
Exercise your brain to solve the 250 levels of the game.
HOW TO PLAY ? : 1 LETTER = 4 ROWS
For each new level, drag and drop the cards on the board.
Each card is a letter you must add on a row in order to continue or complete a word.
And the longest the words are, the highest points you score to complete the level.
Don’t need to be a “living dictionary “ ! : there is always a right place for a new letter .
Just make the right choice upon the 4 possible boxes…
But if you don’t, you will have to start the level from scratch !
In addition, whenever you make a correct word you must make a choice :
• "WORDS IN" = keep the cards on the board (by betting that you will make a longer word )
• "WORDS OUT" = cash out the points and start over a new word
Choose carefully the right strategy to complete each level …
HUNDRED OF LEVELS
As an apprentice , you should easily achieve the 1st levels of the game.
But the more the level will increase and the more you will have to create longer words using more and more cards in order to pass the next level :
From apprentice to virtuoso there are more than 250 levels waiting for you before reaching the hall of fame !
Sounds difficult ? don’t worry : all along the game there will be boosters and wildcards specially created to help you in you progression :
The Dictionnary; The Bin; The Blank Card; The Double Card; The Triple Card; The Bonus Card etc.
The way you will manage those boosters will add an extra layer of strategy to the way you will play the game.
GREAT FOR BREAKS !
"Words out" is based on the most classic and simple gameplay of solitaire that is perfectly tailored for coffee break, in the subway or even in boring meetings!
"Words out" will provide hours of entertainment for you and your whole family.
Bug fixes and performance improvements.
Ratings and Reviews
It is what it says it is.
I got to level ten, which is when you hit expert level, a sort of threshold passed learning how to play. It is a bit of a challenging game. Up until level ten, at least, there were no pop-up ads. There was a way to buy coins in order to get helper perks. Hopefully if they reach a point where they need more income coming in, they just make it so we can choose to watch ads in order to earn perks/coins, rather than bringing in pop-ups. If they stick with that it’ll stay a good brain puzzle that plays out more uniquely than what we’re used to seeing.
Good, challenging, plenty of levels, but
Words Out is a good game. It remains interesting and challenging as you progress through the levels, adding features like deadly cards, wild cards, cards that return words back to the deck, etc.
The dictionary is fairly broad and includes both US and UK spellings. One notable exception is with words beginning with “un-“ or “re-“ prefixes. These are often the best prospects for ten letter words and it is very annoying when great words aren’t accepted. I’m at level 105 and the maximum words are essential.
The ads sometimes get stuck on my iPad Pro. I leave the game, quit the app and return as a workaround. Words sometimes score when I don’t want them to. This is usually if I’m moving Apple Pencil slowly after placing a letter. My most recent peeve is the frequent “need help?” message that pops up. Even if I’ve just told it no, the app brings back the message on every letter. After 8 to 12 seconds, they want to up sell the option of looking at possible words. If the pop up message occurs while moving a letter, the letter is applied to the nearest word, losing the game. I really dislike this message.
Developer Response ,
I am the creator of the game and it is a great pleasure to read your review ! thank you very much for the way you have summarized our game !. We have identified the problem you have mentioned about being sometimes stuck at the end of a level. It will be fixed within a couple of days in the next update. And we are investigating on the word generation issue with prefix you have pointed out . We should fix it very soon ! Thanks again for your interest in our game .
Best from Paris .
Could have been wonderful!
I love word games, especially like this one, making words with given letters. Here’s the problem. The game gives letters randomly and a few spots to put them, and automatically my mind starts making words. But here, if you make words of more than 5-6 letters, you run out of letters and lose the game. But if you make short words, you don’t make enough points to win the game.
In the development of this game, why did y’all decide to make the letters run out? Challenge? There’s a challenge in the point requirement, the letters given and maybe give us a time requirement. It just doesn’t make a lot of sense to cause a Catch-22 in a game that you want people to continue playing. I love challenges, and the longer the words, the better. But if you can’t make the words, then I don’t know...
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- 82 MB
- Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 12.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish
- Age Rating
- 12+ Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence Infrequent/Mild Simulated Gambling Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence
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- Coin Pack 2 $4.99
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