Experience a bit of Nostalgia with Mad Libs for Android

If you ever took a long road trip in the car as a kid, then you likely know all about Mad Libs - as long as it was before the time that everyone had smartphones. It's a word game where one player will ask for words from other players, like nouns, verbs, colors, food, and other types of words. Once all of the blanks are filled in, the first player will then read it and normally it's pretty darn funny. Mad Libs have been around forever and now it's available on your smartphone from penguin Random House LLC. The game is free to play and includes a few in-app purchases which will cost you around $1.99 per item. So not too bad when it comes to in-app purchases, of course the developer has to make some money.

A few of the features included with this Mad Libs game include having 21 free Mad Libs stories and the developer is adding new content constantly to the app. It also includes swipe gestures, so you can create stories even easier, there are also interactive hints which provide inspiration and allow you to speed along while playing. Additionally, you can save your stories to share with friends later on, earn badges each time you play Mad Libs, you can also replay stories as often as you'd like, not to mention the ability to play solo or with other people. Including family and friends. Mad Libs also includes a bright color palette along with custom typography to make the game even more fun when playing with other people. The best part about this game? There are no ads at all in Mad Libs. So not only do you have a free game, but there are no annoying ads that get in your way here.

Mad Libs is a great game to play, whether you're in a long road trip and looking to past the time with your family and/or friends, or just want to laugh, Mad Libs is there for you. Right now you can pick up Mad Libs from the Google Play Store for free, and as mentioned there are some in-app purchases included in the game.


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