WordPlay Adventure is free for iOS and lets players compete for real money
NEW YORK, NY, USA, September 20, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Independent video game developer “Opposite Lock Games” has once again released an innovative new title that is already rising rapidly in the Apple iOS charts. The game is completely free to play and has NO ADVERTISEMENTS which is a real breath of fresh air as most free keyword mobile games are heavily ad based.
The game is called “Wordplay Adventure” and it significantly raises the bar in terms of addicting fun, wide open sandbox word creation, and exhilarating social competitions. Opposite Lock built the game on the Skillz platform. Skillz, which was recently released to the public on the NYSE (under the stock symbol SKLZ), allows players across the country to play against each other for REAL money.
Real Money Skillz games are currently available in 80% of the world and 41 US states and are growing rapidly. Many industry professionals predict that exciting real money betting is the future of not only mobile games, but also major games across all gaming platforms such as Xbox, PlayStation, and Steam / PC Wordplay Adventure is the place to be. one of the first word games to integrate. competitive real money games and people love it.
While most word games offer players a limited selection of words to find or discover, Wordplay Adventure is quite the opposite. Letters fall from the sky at random (like Tetris) and you have limited time to organize these letters into words. You can create ALL possible words and you are not limited by anything. It adds an extremely liberating and stimulating element to the game that most players have never seen before.
The only real rule is … don’t let those letters stack up. All scores are similar in Scrabble, which adds a level of familiarity from the start. If you like word games, crossword puzzles, or any kind of brain challenge games, you are going to love this game.
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