Words on Tour

Words on Tour

Games such as Candy Crush Saga are common on Google Play – in these apps you get to match things in order to eliminate them and then you get points. Words on Tour is not much different – but this time you will be doing the same thing with words.

The app looks like other such games a lot – there is a menu with numerous levels to complete and then a short tutorial that shows you how you can play the game. Choose a level and then you will be given a grid with numerous letters – it is up to you then to find words, real or not, and to select them by sliding your finger on the letters. When this is done you get points and if you meet all the level requirements you move to the next level. This is it.

As you can see Words on Tour does not bring anything new to the table except that this time you will be dealing with letters instead of candy. Yet the fact that you have to look for words brings a new feeling to the game that is more than enough to keep you there. We liked Words on Tour because of this fact – and in addition the game gives your brain a much better exercise than the candy equivalents.

So, to sum it up – if you like Candy Crush Saga but want something new, try Words on Tour – it might as well be the perfect app that you need.

Words on Tour is here on Google Play.

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