Step Up Your Word Game with 'WordWhizzle' For Android

Word puzzles and word games are pretty popular on Android. Likely because they often times don't need an internet connection - so they are great to play on the subway, the plane or anywhere else that you need to pass time and you don't have an active internet connection. Now we have a new word game here, and this one comes from the guys that made WordBubbles. This is WordWhizzle. It's a pretty simple concept with this game. They give you a topic, and you'll have to find all of the hidden words that are associated with that word in the puzzle. There's a new topic on each level, which will keep challenging your brain. Like a word search, these words can be found left to right, up and down or diagonal.

The developers note that WordWhizzle has over 700 themed levels, which means you likely won't see the same theme twice, at least for a while. They also have levels ranging from easy to hard. So if you want something that's pretty challenging, WordWhizzle has just what you need. You also have the ability to use hints if you get stuck on a theme. Want to play WordWhizzle with friends? No problem. You are able to connect with Facebook and play with your friends. It's a simple game, on the outside, but once you start playing it you'll notice how tough it can actually be. WordWhizzle can be a pretty addicting game, and if you're into games that are hard to put down, then this is one you should definitely check out.

WordWhizzle is free, however there are some in-app purchases. We're looking at in-app purchases ranging from $0.99 to $49.99 per item. So the prices are about what you'd expect from a game, basically. These in-app purchases will help you with WordWhizzle, and on top of that they will also support the developer's work on the game. WordWhizzle is compatible with Android 2.3.3. Gingerbread and higher. So more than likely you'll be able to play WordWhizzle on your smartphone or tablet without much of an issue. You can pick up WordWhizzle from the Google Play Store today.

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