Word games are extemely popular in the App Store. With easily over a hundred such titles available on the iPhone, choosing one that stands out can be a hit and miss process. Personally, I love word games for the simple fact that it can be both entertaining and educating at the same time. I have discovered words I had not previously known by simply making guess attempts. Now that’s time well spent! So how does Worder stack up with the rest of the competition?
Tyro Tuner$2.99 —> Free
TyroTuner is a microphone-based utility that tunes the standard six-string guitar. Select what string you want to tune, and then play the guitar string…the needle will tell you whether you need to tune up or down. TyroTuner is a microphone-based utility that tunes the standard six-string guitar. Select what string you want to tune, and then play the guitar string…the needle will tell you whether you need to tune up or down.
Naughty Nuts Camera Self-Timer$3.99 —> $1.99
From the developer of the popular Beijing2008 Helper, Ghosto! and Dialing theme series, we are happy to launch this Camera Timer on the App Store, which has been quite delayed since Aug. We are now offering special price at USD1.99 during the introductory promotion.
Worder$3.99 —> $2.99
Worder is a very addictive game of skill and knowledge. Each game may go for several hours. The game involves guessing all the words that can be made from combinations of 9 letters. All the letters also make up one 9 letter word. Worder currently contains a database of approximately 32000 words.
Smart Sokoban Pro$3.99 —> $0.99
ON SALE NOW and not for long !
Play one of Apples Staff Picks !
The classical, addictive puzzle game is a completely new experience on the iPhone.
Idioms$2.99 —> $0.99
*** LIMITED TIME OFFER – Idioms for $0.99 only. While the new version with Quiz mode and Live samples is pending approval by Apple you can buy Idioms with $2 discount and get the new version for free.
Idiom – a phrase that cannot be fully understood from the separate meanings of the individual words which form it, but instead must be learned as a whole unit of meaning.