Like Tilt to Live, Say What You See has a gameplay whose main mechanic is basically dictated by its name.
You see, Say What You See tasks you to solve various rebus puzzles scattered in different Retina-quality hand-painted scenes. And more often than not, to figure out the answers, it helps to say what you see. After all, the puzzles in Say What You See are nothing if not punny.
My colleague Karen nailed it when, in her review of the game, she described Say What You See as “a combination of Where’s Waldo, a rebus puzzle, and visual puns.”
Based in the U.K., Big Ideas Digital is conveying its support for the ongoing Olympics and, in particular, the games’ host city with a new Summer Games canvas.
Painted by artist Martin Davey, the Summer Games canvas features 50 rebus puzzles relating to either sports or athletes. So, if you’re well versed in sporting events and star athletes, this canvas should be right up your alley.
“We’re really happy to use Say What You See: The Collection as a way to show our support for our home grown athletic talent,” says Big Ideas Digital managing director David Stevens. “We think our players will have a lot of fun unraveling these free puzzles — we just hope it’s addictive nature doesn’t get in the way of our athlete’s training!”
The Summer Games canvas is a free downloadable content in Say What You See, whose iPhone and iPad variants are both available in the App Store for free. Other themed canvases can be downloaded via in-app purchase.
One of the puzzles in the Summer Games canvas is composed of a picture of the English comedian Kenneth Williams holding a picture of the planet Venus. Gee, I wonder which female tennis player that pertains to …