Wavelength 9+

A mind reading party game

Palm Court LLC

Designed for iPad

    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Hot or cold. Soft or hard. Wizard or…not a wizard? Work together to decide where your clue falls on the spectrum – and win by reading your friends’ minds.

“One of the best party games we’ve ever played” -Polygon
“The best party game since Codenames” -Dicebreaker

The Wavelength app is an evolution of the hit boardgame that allows you to play remotely or in person. It features loads of new content and designs, like real-time synchronous dial movements and emoji reactions.

Wavelength can be played with 2-10+ players and can be played remotely or in person.

Available on most mobile devices so everyone can play together.

Over 200 unique spectrum cards, with over 50 brand new cards only available in the app.

Work together with your friends, react in real-time with synchronous dial movements, and express yourself with emoji reactions.

We created beautiful and customizable avatars with over 100,000 unique combinations to find your best you.

As a team you work together to try to beat your high score, and individuals can be rewarded with personalized achievements.

Have questions or feedback? Talk to us! https://www.wavelength.zone/contact

What’s New

Version 1.1.3

‘Tis the season for new Wavelength packs:
- Holiday Pack: Could dolphins replace reindeer? Get cozy and find out in this free pack of spectrums.
- Lickable Pack: Does Lady Gaga own a sword? It's up for debate in this new pack of absurd spectrums.

They both come with awesome new pack art and avatars too.

- Improvement: Added "Dismiss" to update notifications
- Fixed: Visiting the Store or Settings page would show a blank screen
- Fixed: Some people could not restore purchases
- Fixed: Push notification banner shows up too often


Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
9.8K Ratings

9.8K Ratings

Editors’ Choice

Whether playing in the same room or remotely, passions can run wild while trying to get everyone to agree in Wavelength. The more people playing, the better, as you’ll find little consensus on how, say, roller coasters rank on a scale from thrilling to terrifying. You might even learn something new about your friends. We all agree on one thing, though: It’s one of the best party games we’ve played.

DjDomo ,

Wonderfully Executed

Wavelength is one of my favorite board games of all time. It’s amazing how well they converted the physical game into a mobile app. It’s amazing how this free game allows you and your friends to play in person or remotely. The user interface is very intuitive and aesthetically pleasing. There are no ads in the game, and it gets you right into the action. The game also provides a helpful game demo/tutorial to educate newcomers on how to play. The initial free pack isn’t a lot of words to play with, however, you could buy a whole pack of words for 8 or individual packs for 4 or 5 dollars. I honestly think the quality of the game and hours of fun the game provides makes the cost worth it. Pro tip: this game is especially fun to play when you’re waiting in line for a ride at your favorite theme park!

Sleepyhead 7 ,

Loved the board game, app is even better!

My coworkers and I would play this every day at lunch before the pandemic, and it was a great way to get to know everyone! Often one of the best parts of my day.

With us still virtual, I was really excited to see this as an app. They totally pulled it off. It’s fun as a group, but also works with friends not there in person. One of my besties and I play almost every night and text between answer trying to beat out high score. I wish there was a message feature within the app so we wouldn’t have to switch back and forth, but I assume this was meant to be played in person or with voice.

I also really appreciate that the development team is actively iterating to improve the experience. Keep it up!

Developer Response ,

Thank you so much for the kind words and feedback, Sleepyhead7! It means a lot.

In our humble opinion, Wavelength is a game that is best played with at least voice chat. It's very possible we might introduce communication in-app in the future, but during our beta we saw that most people tend to prefer to self-organize using their own voice or video chat software (facetime, zoom, phone, etc).

App Privacy

The developer, Palm Court LLC, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


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