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Submitted by rajeanak25 959d ago | review

'Shuffle 5' Android App Review | The Indie Game Magazine

"Small Danish developers, Jaxel Studios, has recently released their newest app, Shuffle 5 for Android.
The game is a very straightforward 5 letter word jumble game with a purple color scheme and nice rounded tiles for the letters. In general, you click on the letters in the order you want them arranged and a buzzer noise will play when you’re incorrect before resetting the blank row for another attempt. If you’re having trouble solving the puzzle, there are five skips per round played. Your high scores show how many consecutive words you managed to solve and the score is based off of how long it took (and likely the number of attempts as well) to figure out each word. There are two gaming modes to choose from: Survival Mode, and Count Down Mode." - Miyuki Hata (Jaxel Studios, PC, Shuffle 5) 83/100

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