Wordity – an addictive Word game for the iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch

September 3, 2010 at 1:56 pm 4 comments

Remember the guys from Mindstorm Studios who developed Cricket Revolution, the award-winning product on cricket? And Vahzay, the company that developed TellmyStory? These two Lahore-based companies have now joined forces and created a word game for the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch (graphics created by the Mindstorm team and the programming done by the Vahzay team) that I personally found very addictive. I am not much into gaming but Wordity is simple, easy-to-use, intuitive and nicely designed – and yet it challenges you to think up new words.

Wordity is a great arcade word game experience. It offers 4 different game modes: Classic, Anagrams, Word Search and Challenge – each interesting in itself. At first I could only get to Level 3 (I told you I am not good at games) but after I had played for the third time, I reached as high as Level 12 and felt extremely accomplished🙂.

According to the developers, Wordity Classic is a new game mode that is best described as a mixture of Bejewled and Scrabble! You post your high score on our Openfeint leaderboards and unlock achievements as you weave your way through the Wordity Challenge.

It costs 99 cents and is available as a Download from the Apple App Store. Take it from me, it is well worth it. Once you have played with it and are happy with the results, remember to go write a review and rate the game.

This is not the first game that Mindstorm Studios has developed for the App Store. Other interesting games include Whacksy Taxi, Farm Break and Tetra Defence. I have personally tried Whacksy Taxi and although racing games are not my thing, I must admit I rather enjoyed it. And as far as the graphics are concerned, there is only one word for them – AWESOME! Comparable with some of the best in the world.

Look at the graphics of Whacksy Taxi – better still, go online and download it, play with it and review it. It has had a million plus downloads already!

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