WordSpace

WordSpace

WordSpace is a game that tells what it is all about in the title. As you can see, here you will be looking for words in tons of letters that are all mixed up so is there anything left to say?

In fact it is. WordSpace, as always, is a free Android game so you can download it with no need to pay actual money. The game offers numerous levels, perhaps even hundreds, where you will look for actual English words in letters that are all mixed up and that are kind of hard to find. The first levels will be easy and will offer you simple words that consist of 4 letters only but a bit later things will become more serious since you will be dealing with longer words, hence more letters. The good news is that if you can’t guess a word, there are 10 hints altogether that you can use and that can help you. In addition to this, if you fail to guess a word correctly, there’s no penalty for this so you can keep on trying.

WordSpace is a simple game and as such comes with 2D graphics only but we cannot really complain since the graphics are nice. The same can be said about the sound inside the game too so you are covered in the graphics and sound departments. This is everything you will get, though.

All in all WordSpace is a simple but nice game that is designed for people who love puzzles. Here you will have lots of them so you should not worry that the game will end very soon. In addition to this WordSpace is a perfect game when you have time to kill and more. This is not the best game we have seen but we can easily recommend it to people who simply want to have some fun with puzzles.

WordSpace is here on Google Play. Enjoy!

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