Make up Words

Make up Words

By Azoteca Software LLC

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2013-06-15
  • Current Version: 1.1.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 6.05 MB
  • Developer: Azoteca Software LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later.

Description

Make up Words is rearranging the letters of words. You would certainly like to try your hand at making anagrams out of one big word. This game is for you! The game consists of ten levels. Each level has the certain word and it is necessary to make anagrams out of every one. Make words, get stars and open new levels! You should strain every nerve and have to sweat to unravel all mysteries we prepared. During the game you can use tips. There is limited number of them. Take into account this fact! In the game words are available in three languages: English, German and Russian. Nice interface, interesting music and sounds do Make up Words not only intellectual, but also cheerful game.

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Reviews

  • One thing

    2
    By LivyM26
    When you play the game you are supposed to make words out of bigger words. But when I played I found a tun of words but they wouldn't take them! With that one change it would be my favorite game.
  • CONFUSING!!

    3
    By little bits 92
    To the developer: Please be more specific in the "Rules" section as to which words you are asking for. Americans do not use "nominative nouns", rather we use pronouns to designate the masculine or feminine nouns, ie: his book, her car, etc. Otherwise, we use "a", "an", and "the" (all neutral articles) when referring to most nouns. I am on around level 7 or so, and have become quite frustrated by many, many nouns that are not recognized by this game. I gave an extra star because I do love anagram games and feel they're much better than the random letter grids. This has potential to be really fun, especially since there's almost no strange, obscure, or outdated words in the list, unlike most others of this type out there. I will be more than happy to change to 5 stars when I see that it's more in line w/ our language.

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