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Developer
Words Mobile
Updated
05/07/2021
Size
8MB
Version
2.6
Requirements
Android & IOS
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Words Episode

Words is an interesting new puzzle-game from the startup company Noodle Studio. You play as a writer and challenge your friends to submit a written article about any given topic. The more creative you are, the higher you score.

 

This fun game can be played for free, but to truly enjoy it you should consider its features. If you think it’s worth it, you can unlock the full version for only $2.99.

 

Words episode answers to several fundamental questions about game design. These questions are highlighted in the game screens. To answer each question you must carefully evaluate all of the game elements. For example, many games have story elements that revolve around a central character. In Words this is the prison escape character

FEATURE

The first question you’ll need to answer in the game is: What is the game about? The answer to this question ties into the second question, you’ll need to answer: Who are your key characters? Within each level there are three (3) different playable characters.

 

The one you choose determines the storyline and gameplay. The third character is the one you unlock as you progress through the word episode levels.

 

Words follows the story of a young boy who is picked up by a group of thieves. He must escape and evade capture while battling other criminals using his own unique fighting skills and equipment.

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During these many episodes you answer the questions, solve the puzzles and advance through the various animated graphics. When you finish a stage, you unlock another chapter, increasing your difficulty and increasing your score as well.

 

The main game within Words uses your knowledge and skill to create different puzzles and escape with your captured boyfriend. There are many episodes that involve escape and lots of combat. The player’s aim is to find all of the objects listed on the journal and put them in their correct location.

 

You also have the option to use the items on your inventory. Different items will also give different bonuses, making it worthwhile to buy them in advance so you know what items are effective when you need them.

Beautiful graphics with easy controls and fun story

The single player campaign allows you to explore the prison escape scenes and find clues. It can be tricky, solving puzzles and fighting enemies while being shot at. The combat feels intuitive and responsive – similar to the gameplay you experience while playing Mafia Wars.

 

The puzzles are designed to be challenging – but not frustrating, in fact they are designed to help you develop your puzzle-solving and logic skills as much as they are to challenge you physically. The hidden Easter eggs within the prison escape episodes are another aspect that helps make the game more fun and challenging.

 

One aspect that we don’t mention too often is the integration of the Android interface with the desktop version of Words. We found that the game looked quite nice on the big screen but the small font made it difficult to understand when reading a puzzle or planning your next move.

 

We’d recommend that if you’re going to play the game you should be able to run it from your Android device and not just access it via your PC. With that said, the same cannot be said for the iPhone version which feels very clunky when using it as a mobile phone. Luckily, your computer should be able to access the Words game and run it from there.

Effects & Sounds & Music Playback Quality

Overall, the game is quite short and easy to pick up but doesn’t offer any big surprises. The story is good enough to hold your interest through to the end but doesn’t go into places that would be better suited for a feature-packed episode.

 

Although the ending is satisfying, you still feel that something could’ve been done to resolve some of the bigger plot threads. That said, it’s unlikely that the makers of Words Episode 2 are going to make any more episodes so don’t expect too much in the way of new information about where the story is heading. For a time, at least, the mystery of “The Lost Treasure” will remain intact.

 

Words is an interesting new puzzle-game from the startup company Noodle Studio. You play as a writer and challenge your friends to submit a written article about any given topic. The more creative you are, the higher you score. This fun game can be played for free, but to truly enjoy it you should consider its features. If you think it’s worth it, you can unlock the full version for only $2.99.

 

Words episode answers to several fundamental questions about game design. These questions are highlighted in the game screens. To answer each question you must carefully evaluate all of the game elements. For example, many games have story elements that revolve around a central character. In Words this is the prison escape character.

 

The first question you’ll need to answer in the game is: What is the game about? The answer to this question ties into the second question, you’ll need to answer: Who are your key characters?

 

Within each level there are three (3) different playable characters. The one you choose determines the storyline and gameplay. The third character is the one you unlock as you progress through the word episode levels.

Experience After gameplay

Words follows the story of a young boy who is picked up by a group of thieves. He must escape and evade capture while battling other criminals using his own unique fighting skills and equipment.

During these many episodes you answer the questions, solve the puzzles and advance through the various animated graphics. When you finish a stage, you unlock another chapter, increasing your difficulty and increasing your score as well.

 

The main game within Words uses your knowledge and skill to create different puzzles and escape with your captured boyfriend. There are many episodes that involve escape and lots of combat. The player’s aim is to find all of the objects listed on the journal and put them in their correct location.

 

You also have the option to use the items on your inventory. Different items will also give different bonuses, making it worthwhile to buy them in advance so you know what items are effective when you need them.

 

The single player campaign allows you to explore the prison escape scenes and find clues. It can be tricky, solving puzzles and fighting enemies while being shot at. The combat feels intuitive and responsive – similar to the gameplay you experience while playing Mafia Wars.

 

The puzzles are designed to be challenging – but not frustrating, in fact they are designed to help you develop your puzzle-solving and logic skills as much as they are to challenge you physically. The hidden Easter eggs within the prison escape episodes are another aspect that helps make the game more fun and challenging.

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One aspect that we don’t mention too often is the integration of the Android interface with the desktop version of Words. We found that the game looked quite nice on the big screen but the small font made it difficult to understand when reading a puzzle or planning your next move.

 

We’d recommend that if you’re going to play the game you should be able to run it from your Android device and not just access it via your PC. With that said, the same cannot be said for the iPhone version which feels very clunky when using it as a mobile phone. Luckily, your computer should be able to access the Words game and run it from there.

 

Overall, the game is quite short and easy to pick up but doesn’t offer any big surprises. The story is good enough to hold your interest through to the end but doesn’t go into places that would be better suited for a feature-packed episode. Although the ending is satisfying,

you still feel that something could’ve been done to resolve some of the bigger plot threads. That said, it’s unlikely that the makers of Words Episode 2 are going to make any more episodes so don’t expect too much in the way of new information about where the story is heading. For a time, at least, the mystery of “The Lost Treasure” will remain intact.