Much of this game’s appeal comes from its utter simplicity. At the top of the screen you get a list of seven crossword-style clues, with the letter counts for the answers. At the bottom is a grid of 20 word fragments. Each fragment is used in one and only one word. You tap word fragments to build words that answer the clues. It looks like this:
When you tap word fragments, they load in the input field and the “Shuffle” button converts to a “Guess” button. If you guess correctly, those fragments are removed from the grid. Here’s the completed screen for the puzzle above:
It gets tricky, because word fragments might contain parts of two syllables, and a single syllable might be divided into multiple fragments. There’s no time limit, and you can guess as often as you like.
The game is a free download that comes with 50 puzzles, and there’s a free daily puzzle. Additional 50-puzzle game packs are available for $.99.
Nice little time waster. At the official site, you can play the daily puzzle online.