Following the success of LETRIS, we now present Roll-A-Word in which you can take part in exciting knock-out tournaments. It consists of 5 rounds in which 2 ships compete with each other and you have only 6 letters to combine and form words to make your ship move faster. Its simple but extremely addictive.
SPLIT SCREEN GAMES
If you have a friend, challenge him and you can both play at the same time in one device in a special tournament where the first to obtain 3 victories is the winner.
Before starting each round, choose which power you want to remain available during the race:
- Gold ball: one of the 6 balls is gold and every time you form a word with that letter your ship will be given an extra boost.
- Bomb: the rival ship will be hit by an explosion and not move forward until the fire is put out.
- Inspiration: the longest possible word will automatically be formed.
It's not just about forming words: for each round you pass you will obtain coins which you must administer in order to improve your ship, sign up for more advanced tournaments and obtain extra powers. It is essential to know how to administer these coins and select the best tournament for each particular moment to continue progressing.
WITHOUT INTERNET ACCESS
You can play the entire game without the need for Internet access.
English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Catalan and Portuguese.
- Fixed a bug in the split screen game mode
- Other bug fixes in the menu
Ratings and Reviews
Would give it a 5 if you add multiplayer instead of split screen. Defeats the purpose of playing on the same phone.
Fun and addicting
Great word game. Fast paced, quick to learn. Can play for hours or just a few minutes. The only thing is, I consider myself fairly proficient in word games, and there seems to be quite a few words I don't recognize. I'm not sure what dictionary or word list is being used, but I have to admit I'm a little stumped.
Often doesn't use real words!
Here’s some of the “words” I missed in my last puzzle in this game.
ish, buik, buiks, kish, bisk, sukh, sui, hui, khi, kish, bukshi
Now technically most of these are words – a letter of the alphabet in Greek, Japanese for water, a city in Russia, Middle Dutch for belly, an ancient Babylonian city, Indian for paymaster and something in ancient Sanskrit, or the call letters of a Christian radio station in Missouri.
Many times the words to guess are very basic – and you get these enough to proceed easily. But then on some boards, unless you are the sort of wordsmith that speaks 50 languages and could shame Jeopardy winners with your lightning fast assembly of scrambled terminology used in hundreds of cultures over thousands of years I do not recommend this game. C3PO and IBM’s Deep Blue, however, should give this a try.
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- Ivanovich Games
- 133.1 MB
- Requires iOS 4.3 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 4.3 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 4.3 or later.
- Requires macOS 11 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
- © Ivanovich Games
- In-App Purchases
- 50 coins $0.99
- Premium $0.99
- 1000 coins $9.99
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.