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“Word Warp is my first go-to game when I find myself out of the house and not doing anything. Every time you see me sitting on the train or in a waiting room I am listening to music and playing some Word Warp” - AppCraver.com
“Its sheer simplicity combined with its quick playability makes it great to play when I have a few minutes of downtime. “ - Examiner.com
Word game fans rejoice! If you’ve enjoyed countless hours playing games like TextTwist, Word Scramble, Jumble or Boggle, then Word Warp is the game for you!
Similar to Text Twist, Word Warp is a challenging anagram type of word game in which you try to form as many words as you can out of the six letters you are given before time runs out. You will receive points for each correct word you come up with, but in order to advance to the next level you must come up with at least one word that uses all six letters.
Stumped? Word Warp has a Warp Button that will rearrange the letters for you so you may recognize some words you previously missed. There is also an option to change the allotted game time to give yourself more time - or make it more challenging.
Once the level is completed, you are given the list of all the possible words and you can tap any of the words to see its definition.
So if you want a fun and addicting game that keeps your brain sharp and builds your vocabulary at the same time, then definitely give Word Warp a try!
Free Word Warp is a fully-featured, but ad-supported version of Word Warp.
If you like Free Word Warp, but prefer it without ads, you can purchase Word Warp without ads from the App Store.
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What our customers are saying:
- “This is probably the most played app on my phone”
- “I loaded it and started playing and never put it down the rest of the day”
- “Fun for the whole family!”
- “Thanks to the developer for a quality, brain enhancing app!”
- “You will NOT regret downloading this! It keeps your brain sharp and quick”
- “Very addictive!!!”
What's New in Version 3.2.2
Too many "forced" ads
I've enjoyed this game for a very, very long time. One of the first apps I tried when I got my first iPhone YEARS ago. However, I'm getting very annoyed with ads that pop up and you have to close the app, and restart. I was fine with the ads that had the option to countdown, close and continue playing. I even picked up a few apps that I liked from the ads before...but I refuse to obtain or consider any of the ad apps that make me completely shut down the app I'm using and reopen to continue playing. I also will get rid of the this app I to avoid this nuisance. The other annoying problem is including words that haven't been used since the Middle Ages...words that are obscure, antediluvian, archaic, or are just not commonly utilized language. Also doesn't let you use common English, (i.e. Soothe). App developer: get a normal dictionary & fix these irritations. Please don't ruin a good thing.
Really quite addictive
A very satisfying game. I used to play it on the "regular" word level, which was good fun. Only occasionally would I cry foul with an arcane 6-letter word that really threw me. But recently I started playing in the "advanced" word mode, and this is a whole new level of fun. I'm learning new words right and left, even though they are most often archaic or remote. When I can't get even one of the six-letter words, it's no hit to my abecedarian ego — often I will look up the word, only to find no available definition. While I have no doubt it's a real word, I feel better that it's so arcane even the game's own selected dictionary doesn't know it. Great fun indeed.
OK, but ultimately hampered
After reading all the reviews, I tried this game out. While it's fun, and they type of game I was looking for, I can't give it more than 3 stars for a few reasons: first of all, the dictionary. Playing on the standard word setting, common words like "Stat" were rejected (even though other shortened words were accepted) but then, the 6 letter word needed stumped me. What was it? "Purvey"! Ever heard of it? Neither had I. Since the game allows you to check the definition of the word, I went for it. Turns out, it's from Middle English. Yeah. Really. Finally, there's the technical side. In a game of speed, there were way too many times that the game didn't recognize that I'd entered a letter, and since there's no way to rearrange submitted letters, I'd miss the word altogether. Very frustrating.
- Category: Games
- Updated: Oct 27, 2014
- Version: 3.2.2
- Size: 19.4 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Mobilityware
- © 2014 MobilityWare
Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.