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:
We'd like to thank everyone for playing Jumbline 2 in the new year!
- Bug fixes and improvements
Ratings and Reviews
Like this game a lot but...
I like this app as it reminds me of the old Text Twist that disappeared from the App Store. However, there are a couple of issues. When a game is over, why is one’s score not saved? It seems logical that one would want to improve one’s score when playing the next game but it’s nowhere to be seen. I find that odd. Maybe in the paid version? Also, what would prompt me to purchase the paid version? The ads don’t seem that annoying with this free version. I wish there was a way to find out! BTW, I also enjoy the Cloud Pop and Tower games. Score retention is an issue with those as well.
My favorite addiction!
This game gets easier the more you play it -- but not so easy that it loses its edge. It's fun, challenging (timed option), makes you feel oh, so clever, and is flat-out addictive. I've stayed up way too late playing just one more... then another ... and just one last time.
One star off for the recent explosion of super annoying ads. Plus, obscure words that reference ancient Greek sailing (slight exaggeration here) are not difficult; they are absurd.
My Daily Mental Jog
From the moment I could read, I enjoyed word games. This App quenches my thirst for daily wordplay. As a senior, I find this word jumble a relaxing way to remain mentally sharp. It is also an excellent way to continue building my vocabulary. When I discover a new word by guessing possibilities, it is most appreciated that I can tap the word to learn the definition and origin of the formerly unknown word.
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.