Meet Jumbline 2, the most addictive word game in the App Store. Scramble and twist your brain to make words from jumbled lines of letters. Simply rearrange the scrambled letters into words, and underline them with your finger to score points; find and underline the largest word and you advance to the next level.
Play in a relaxing un-timed mode, or put your skills up against the clock in timed rounds.
Jumbline 2 includes two additional games: Cloud Pop and Star Tower. In Cloud Pop, your goal is to pop as many clouds as possible, by spelling words out of the letters carried in each cloud. In Star Tower, your task is to build the tallest tower you can, before it sinks into the ground, by making and staking words out of an infinitely jumbled line of letters. The larger the word, the slower your tower sinks, so scramble and twist your brain to think big!
Jumbline 2 is ideal for fans of Scrabble, Words With Friends, TextTwist. Play with friends and family cooperatively, or fly solo.
- Over 20,000 five, six, and seven letter puzzles
- Brainium's trademark underline input
- You can also tap the letter blocks to type
- Timed and untimed modes of play
- Learn new words with built-in dictionary
- Global and Friends leader boards
- Fun and challenging achievements
- Gorgeous animated themes
We hope you enjoy Jumbline 2, and please contact our five star support with your questions:
Thank you for playing Jumbline 2, we have an awesome update for you!
- Support for iPhone Xs and Xs Max
- Keyboard support for each mode!
- Fixed an audio issue after receiving a call
- Bug fixes and performance improvements
Ratings and Reviews
I really enjoy this game, and since it is free, I expect and don’t mind advertisements, however, when I’m playing this while putting my kid to sleep, it’s a little jarring when one of the loud video advertisements start blaring. I know, it’s a first world problem, but I figure I’ll just throw it out there in case you want to address it...
*Just wanted to update and say that after I wrote this review, I have never had another, single, loud video ad occur again (the reason I never sent you a photo, per your request). Y’all are on the ball! And I’m still enjoying this game.
Developer Response ,
Hi Jejfjdjfj- Our apologies about these disruptive ads! If possible, could you send us a screenshot of the ads behaving this way? That way we can get them blocked asap! To take a screenshot just press the home and power buttons at the same time- the screen will briefly flash white and you'll be able to find the picture in your Photos app, where you can attach it to email using the Share button (it looks like a square with an arrow pointing upwards). Here's an Apple Support article demonstrating how to screenshot: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT200289
I played to level 112 and I found some words were not accepted but ok. But then I got to one level and was trying to find the longest word and I just couldn’t. Finally I though, ok, what’s up here. I finally decided to look online. The word turned out to be pawls. Yeah, pawls. A word we all know and use all the time. I looked at the definition and a pawl is a pivoted curved bar or lever whose free end engages with the teeth of a cogwheel...and so on. Well, you might lose the level, but hey! You’ll learn a word that just might take you years to work into polite conversation. It’s an ok game and with only five letters to work with, can be challenging but some of the word choices are a little weird. All in all, it can be fun.
Developer Response ,
Hi Arangryth- We agree that pawls should only appear in the Expert Words list, our apologies for this oversight! We removed it from the regular word list so it won't appear after the next dictionary update.
Increasingly turning down legitimate words
I love this game, but not as much as I used to. Increasingly, I find that legitimate words are refused and not counted. I don’t know if my vocabulary has grown because of the game and other word games, but I do know that “sedum” is the name of a common succulent plant, but that it was refused just a minute ago. Such rejection of normal words is getting to be common in Jumbline 2 these days. It used to be that if you could form a word from the available letters in common English dictionaries - one which fits into an available blank space and which is not a proper noun, the player would be credited for it. That is frequently no longer the case, and that is no-end irritating. What’s up?
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.