~ Explore and race through Wikipedia! ~ “Insanely addicting” -@mjames89
This stunning app has 200 levels handcrafted for hours of fun, enjoyment & mental challenges! Built as an addictive single-player version of the popular web game TheWikiGame.com, it packs all the fun into a pocket sized version to take anywhere.
Now you can enjoy the 5 puzzling games modes with a total of 200 different levels! And, when you’re ready, you can jump into Game Center and see how you stack up to your friends.
~ Praise for The Wiki Game:
“Hooked on The Wiki Game sooooo addicting!” -@shawny92
“Oh my god just discovered the wiki game.” -@Clareeyy
“MOST AMAZING GAME EVARRRR” -@modrajaf
• 5 unique game modes for endless fun.
• 200 different levels that get harder as you go, so you’ll always be challenged.
• Beautiful art & Design (full Retina support!) that sparkles on your iPhone or iPod touch.
• Game Center Leaderboard so you can play against Friends or Everyone
• Over 25 awesome Achievements in Game Center.
• Score up to three gold coins on every level.
• Win & Discover gold keys for unlocking levels.
This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.
Fixed Perfect Path display issue on iPad and other improvements.
Ratings and Reviews
Wish there were more levels and more games like it!!!
I really want to love this game
Unfortunately this game has some bugs. For example, if the goal word is “Tango” and I click on just that word in the Wikipedia article, it has been since been renamed to Tango (Argentina) so it doesn’t work. So I click another “Tango” in the article and it redirects me to Tango (dance)...still not the correct Tango apparently. So I click another Tango and finally it recognized it. By then I am getting the lowest score because of all the extra clicks. This game needs to updated with Wikipedia semi regularly. Also could you let us know how many clicks are in the perfect path while we’re trying to figure it out! Fingers crossed that there will be some support for this game and it won’t just die off.
Developer Response ,
Thanks, but that is how Wikipedia is really structured, eg there is an article which is precisely "Tango" (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tango), but there are also more "specific" articles like https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Argentine_tango that you are hitting before you get to the actual goal. I hope you reconsider your review, as it is quite low for something that is out of our control. Thanks again though for the feedback.
It’s seems fun, but since it’s a paid app, it would be nice to have some app updates. It looks like the last update was at least two years ago, which leads to some problems. For example, it isn’t sized properly for an iPhone 12. And security details are no longer available.
With in-app purchases, it makes me wonder about the value behind the price (since Wikipedia is ostensibly supposed to be free).
The developer, Alex Clemesha, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.
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The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.
- Alex Clemesha
- 36 MB
- Requires iOS 10.3 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 10.3 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip or later.
- Age Rating
- © 2018 Alex Clemesha
- In-App Purchases
- Small Bundle of Keys $0.99
- Medium Bundle of Keys $1.99
- Large Bundle of Keys $4.99
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.