Imagine, for a second, what the world of scanner would look like… pixel by pixel, taking note of what’s there and not there, putting each line together to ultimately form a complete image. Pixel Scan takes this concept and flips it on its head.
Given just a small viewing area, an image slides across the board. Your task is to figure out what the image is based on what limited view you have.
Is it a letter? Maybe a “G?” Perhaps it’s a dog, or a cat?
Pixel Scan will have you twisting your brain in new and interesting ways. Download it today and start enjoying varying puzzles and levels of difficulty for free!
iTunes App Store link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/pixel-scan-get-whole-picture/id946715992
What do you get when penguins from a zoo escape and find their way back to Antarctica?
You get a whole bunch of starving penguins.
As a wandering adventurer, it’s your task to help acclimate your feathered friends back into the wild–showing them how to find food for themselves.
To do this, you slide penguins across the screen so that similar colored penguins eat similar colored fish. You can play by yourself or with up to 5 other players.
Penguin Shuffle is available now for iOS. Download it today!
iTunes App Store link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/penguin-shuffle-uncover-path/id909070508
What do you get when you combine OmNom Apps’ user experience with a beloved Japanese number puzzle?
You get Hashi Link–our latest mobile application for iOS.
In Hashi Link, you take on the role of a bridge builder. Going from island chain to island, your task is to link islands together with bridges.
Seems simple enough, right?
Alas, in this world of building bridges, there are a few rules you have to abide by (hey, what kind of a puzzle game would this be otherwise?):
- Connections made must equal the number on the island. No more and no less.
- A maximum of two connections can be made between islands.
- All islands must connect to the large chain of islands.
- Connections made must also be made left and right, up and down.
- Bridges cannot cross over each other
Hashi Link features hundreds of puzzles across many different island chains including the Hawaiian and Falkland Islands. Each chain of islands (or category) presents its own unique challenge with many requiring different logical approaches.
Download our app today!
As always, thanks again for your continued support. It’s players like you that keep us developing new and fun things for you to play!
EDIT: Hashi Link is now available for Android. Check it out today!
We’re proud to announce the latest addition to our collection, Word Search Master. Word Search Master is an intuitive to use and elegantly styled word game for iOS. The style takes a page from iOS 7’s minimalistic design, making it both nice to look at and relaxing to play.
Word Search Master comes filled with hundreds of puzzles, each with over a dozen words. Puzzles are sorted into categories (like “Animals”) and individual puzzles (like “Night Owls”). Puzzles are completed by finding all of the words in the word bank below the puzzle grid. Each puzzle, however, also comes with a set of hidden words for players, like yourself, to find. Players must use knowledge of the category and topic to find those words and totally complete a puzzle.
To increase re-playability, the application features the option to reset the game so that players can start searching for words anew.
Download the app today to get started with thousands of words. Hope you enjoy Word Search Master. Continue letting us know what you think and sharing our apps with friends if you like them. It’s people like you that keep us going!
It’s been a while since we first created Anagram Twist–a little over two years to be more exact. Since then, we’ve come out with a couple of new games. None have resonated with so many people as this simple app though.
Having been downloaded time and time again with well over 40,000 ratings, many have asked for us to create an Android version of this game. The stars never really aligned to make this happen, until recently that is.
Anagram Twist for Android is pretty much the same as our iOS application, but we’ve included stars for you to unlock additional content and a hint system for figuring out what more difficult words are.
We hope you will enjoy this application as much as our first creation. Download it now for free and let us know what you think! Hopefully we can create more apps for Android in the future.
Anagrams, like those found in our app, Anagram Twist, might looks like a whole bunch of jumbled letters, but there’s actually a bit of science that can be applied towards solving and figuring out words. To unscramble anagrams more effectively, try out these helpful tips and strategies:
- Search out prefixes and suffixes. If you can get rid of two or more letters (for instance, “UN” or “PRE”), you can more easily handle unscrambling the rest of the letters.
- Some letters more naturally go together, like “CS,” “CH,” and “TR.” Use this to your advantage.
- If these tricks don’t work, try organizing the letters on paper in a specific shape. You might try isolating vowels and consonants on opposite sides, organizing letters in a circle, or creating a grid with the letters to be used as the X and Y axis.
- Sometimes, you may have to systematically go through iterations of a single word. In our app, the “Last Word” button should help you quickly recover where you left off.
If all else fails, you might try an anagram solver. Here’s one of the best we were able to find.
With these tips and tricks, you’ll be solving anagrams more efficiently in no time. Looking for something new in the way of strategies by the way? Check out the recent article we posted about cryptograms.
Having difficulty solving the cryptograms within Spy Words, or any other similar puzzle for that matter?
Here are some helpful tips and strategies to make decoding phrases easier:
- Single letters are most likely and “A” or and “I.” Knock those out first.
- There are some letters that probably repeat a lot. There’s a good chance that these letters represent an “E,” “T,” or “A.”
- Look for two letter words that also might be easy to get out of the way. According to Jim Loy, “The most common three letter words are THE and AND (followed by FOR, HIS, NOT, BUT, YOU, ARE, HER, HAD).”
- Apostrophes tend to be followed by letters like “S.”
- Also look out for double letters, which will most likely be “LL;” and repeating letter patterns like “ING.”
Looking for something a little more direct? We’ve found some pretty good solvers out there for you to use too!
Decrypto – Can solve basic substitution ciphers pretty easily. It can also work the opposite way, providing cryptograms for you to use with friends.
Cryptogram Solver – Like Decrypto but with additional language support.