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Are You Good With Words? Give “Le God of Words” for Android a Try
Engaging ourselves in hours upon hours of mindless playing with our devices can often become boring, leaving us with an empty sense that we just wasted an x amount of time without learning anything or do anything of value. If you know that you will have a bit of free or inactive time and that the only way to make it go faster, then you certainly will need something that will get your mind fully focused onto something other than the cl0ck. With this in mind, XDA member HyprGeek has put together a very nice word game, which he called “Le God of Words”. In the game, you are presented with a set of scrambled letters that you need to make into a word. For every word that you get correctly spelled out with the letters provided, you will get points. However, the game will actually be looking for one specific word. There are various game modes and difficulties vary from fairly easy anagrams starting with 6 letter words, all the way to impossible, mind-crushing riddles of words consisting of up to 22 letters! the game also features very nice graphics, which makes this game all that more enjoyable and addictive.
The developer is currently looking for feedback. So, if you try it out, please leave your comments, suggestions, or report any bugs you may have stumbled upon.
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