[prMac.com] Stockholm, Sweden – Crossword buffs and riddle lovers might find themselves addicted to “Word & Picture Quiz.” With just one word and one image as clues, players must guess the hidden answer. The game is free to download at the AppStore and Google Play. The only expense to the game is if a player gets stuck and wants to purchase hint coins for more clues.
So how does the app work? Through a simple and stylish interface, gamers are presented with a word then an image. Players are given a twelve-letter word bank each round, and they can spell out their guesses simply by clicking on each letter. In other words, the word bank itself is a third clue. If a player gets really stuck, letter clues can be bought with hint coins.
Developer Markus Wedenborn describes it a little further, saying, “On an easy level, a player might be presented with the word clue ‘damp’ and a picture of pipes. If you guess that the answer is ‘basement,’ you’re correct. The game is the ultimate mind-bender, and not to mention, it’s addicting!”
The game comes with five categories to offer diverse challenges. People with keen pop culture knowledge might turn to the celebrity and movie categories. People playing with their children might choose the easy or arcade level. As for the real quiz buffs, they’ll likely head straight to the hard level for a serious challenge.
Word & Picture Quiz has been translated into several languages, including English, German, French, Dutch, Danish, Swedish, and Norwegian.
* iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iOS 4.3 or later
* 23.2 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Word & Picture Quiz 1.0 is Free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category.Word & Picture Quiz 1.0
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