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TextMixt for Windows Phone 7
A great percentage of our members are young people who like to play a lot on their devices. Now, XDA member heatmizuh shows TextMixt for Windows Phone 7. The objective is to solve letter words before the time runs out. The latest version has a new scoring system and word value is now based on letter values. Random word multipliers are also available, the challenge round is back, and difficulty is high. You can also choose from several new color themes available. The game can be found for free on the original thread.
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Originally posted by heatmizuh
Description: TextMixt is the free sequel to anag7ams. Find as many 3, 4, 5 & 6 letter words in the time allotted. There are four difficulty levels to choose from.
Included in this release are multiple themes to choose from, 11 Achievements (to start with) and a dictionary of over 10,000 words.
Scoring is based off of letter and word values, with Double, Triple & Quadruple tiles randomly assigned.
Finally, there is the Challenge Round — solving a single six-letter word enables point multipliers.
NOTE: THIS APP IS SUBMITTED TO THE MARKETPLACE AND CURRENTLY AWAITING APPROVAL
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