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How many four letter words do you know? Fourfeit knows them all and challenges you to transform words one letter at a time.
"...fun, challenging, and different." - Spoinlar
"...extremely fun, simple and addictive!" - benoibe
"...this app game can burn through quite a bit of time." - appSafari
"What can I say, except totally TOP game, it keeps the old grey matter young. Just buy it..... You know you wanna" - Tracey no. 1
• 1 opponent: play against your iPhone or a friend.
• 2 game modes: take your time in Walkabout, or beat the clock in Sprint!
• 3 game lengths and difficulty levels: play a quick game or settle in for a rally, with levels for young and old.
• 4 letter words: Fourfeit knows all 5,454 four letter words in the SOWPODS list.
• Most words include definitions—even the supremely obscure. Did you know an "EYOT" is an island in a river, or that "ROCS" are enormous mythical birds of prey?
• Compete with other players around the world on the global leaderboards (provided by OpenFeint).
• Parental controls let you set a blacklist of words that cannot be used during a game. Handy if you'd like to pass Fourfeit over to the kids.
• Master the thousands of four letter words that are so useful in other word games.
Beautifully polished, Fourfeit is easy to pick up and hard to put down!
Vary nice game
Overall, this is a very nice game- fun, challenging, and different.
However, I'm finding that it needs two things to make it live up to it's full potential... In walkabout mode, there needs to be a word history available for the current game, for those games that get interrupted. I'm not going to be able to remember the next day what words have been played. :-) The other thing it needs is an option to use the TUAW word-list for us American players. It feels like the computer's cheating when it plays an alternate Scottish spelling for "golf" that would never be accepted in the States. There are too many of those words that, as an American, I really have no chance of knowing without reading the built-in dictionary. Obscure words are fine - obscure and "foreign" - less so for this US player. It won't keep me from playing though!
Needs more precise control
When you deal with only 4 letters, you just can't have a game with as much variability and replayability as Boggle or even Text Twist.
And the fast-paced nature of the game requires very smooth and precise control over the letters, which I'm not getting.
Lots of fun. There is room for expansion, such as more letters, or different timing countdowns until auto-pass. I recommend getting it :)