Apensar: Guess the Word

Apensar: Guess the Word

Apensar: Guess the Word comes with an unusual name, at least for the first word, but everything else can be easily understood – here in this puzzle game you will have to guess a word in order to complete a level and move forward in this game.

Obviously Apensar: Guess the Word targets Google Play fans who love puzzle games but is this one worth your time? The gameplay of the game is very simple – there’s no tutorial inside the game but there’s no need for it – you are given four pictures that have something in common and you must find it, since this is the word you are looking for. When you find it (or think you have found it) enter the word below the pictures and if you are correct, you can move to the next level. If not, you will have to try again. The app helps you in a way since you have letters below the pictures and not a keyboard so you can see the letters and decide whether the word you have come up with has some of the letters you can see. In addition the game has a few buttons that can help you in especially tough situations. Given the gameplay, Apensar: Guess the Word does not have fancy graphics – instead the game comes with 2D visuals only and this is it. Moreover, the sound effects are very simple.

All in all Apensar: Guess the Word is a game that is strictly for people who like puzzle games. The app will have you guess words and this is nice. Apart from this, however, do not expect great graphics or other game genre elements. So if you are into puzzle games, try Apensar: Guess the Word – chances are you will like it.

Apensar: Guess the Word is here on Google Play.

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