Jumbline 2 for iPad
By Brainium Studios LLC
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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
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What's New in Version 2.0
Thanks for playing Jumbline!
- Made some revisions to the word dictionary based on feedback
- Stability fixes and improvements
- iOS 9.x compatibility update
I've tried just about all of these games, and this is, hands down, the best. The only problem is that it has words, occasionally, that are accepted one time, but not another. Can't figure out why. And some words I challenge as being acceptable. I find that annoying, thus the 4 stars, rather than 5. It also allows proper nouns once in a while. They use the Scrabble dictionary, which I think really allows questionable spellings. it also doesn't have words that DO exist, but aren't in its database. Having said its flaws, I still find it the best, and endless fun. The others are pale imitators. Words like "amerce" are in the database, while "cruet" isn't. To me, that's odd. I report words that aren't accepted, but they never make it into the database. It's too bad more people don't find this app. Everyone I've shown it to, wants it.
Update: I accidentally hit the "advanced words" option and found the words were beyond ridiculous. I was upset, thinking they had changed the database of words. Brainium was terrific and let me know that I had the "advanced words" option turned on. You might want to check them out, just for fun. Take this as an FYI, in case you accidentally turn on the advanced words option, too.
Great brain exercise
Keep your mind occupied, learn new words, and improve your vocabulary. I discovered that this app is also improving my ability to unscramble letters and recognize words (and thus achieve a higher score) when playing Scrabble / Words With Friends. However, after rating it 5 stars initially, I have downgraded it to 4. Having played the 7-letter untimed casual version over 7000 times, I am still disappointed with the limited vocabulary, despite an announcement after a recent update that things are changing. Perhaps the ultimate joke was the permitted use of a plural when the singular form was not accepted. Funny that the definition was for the singular form. Still, it is a great time sink! Enjoy!
Every morning with my coffee
This is a simple, fun game for anyone who enjoys word searching using clues. This was a common type of game that appeared in newspapers (yes, the ones made of paper) where one creates as many words as possible from a large word or scrambled letters using a pencil (remember those?) and the paper. Now I have lived long enough to play one of my favorite types of the old games in my morning paper, coffee in hand.