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Word Ache for iMessage

When you want to pass the time, just play some word games through messages

Word Ache for iMessage is a word game that can be played through iMessage

Word Ache for iMessage

by It's About Time Products
Word Ache for iMessage
Word Ache for iMessage
Word Ache for iMessage
FREE in the App Store

Word Ache for iMessage is a word game that can be played through iMessage. Solve the puzzle faster than your opponent!

What is it about?

Word Ache for iMessage brings WordBrain to your iMessage app. Play with a friend directly through iMessage, and try to get more points than your opponent. The first player to score seven points wins! You start with a 2x2 board, then move to 3x3, 4x4, and so on. The difficulty is increased with each board size increase, so get ready! You're in for a real mental workout with this one.

Word Ache for iMessage

For those who...

  • Love word games
  • Want to play WordBrain with a friend through iMessage

Not for those who...

  • Don't like word games
  • Don't care about playing word games through iMessage

Why we love it

Word games are always fun, so it's nice to see one that is able to be played directly through iMessage.

App Screenshots

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App Details

Version
1.0.1
Rating
NA
Size
21Mb
Genre
Word Social Networking Strategy
Last updated
September 29, 2016
Release date
September 13, 2016
More info

Word Ache for iMessage is FREE but there are more add-ons

  • $0.99

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App Store Description

Word Ache is like WordBrain but with one awesome twist... The game is built into iMessage! Play with any of your friends, chat with them, and do your best to win! You want to solve the puzzle faster than your opponent. If you do, you get a point. First person to 7 points wins! What's your strategy? Grids start at 2x2, then go to 3x3 and 4x4 with incremental difficulties in the puzzle. Do you save your hints for more difficult rounds or use them early to get quick points? Good luck!!!