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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 571d ago | review

Pocket Gamer: Wordament Review

Pocket Gamer: No matter how complex and enthralling modern video games may be, it's unlikely that they'll ever eclipse the appeal of the humble wordsearch.

A hangover from the back page of newspapers and idle days in primary school, wordsearch games stimulate the basic linguistic portion of our brains while tapping into a primitive, competitive impulse as we try to beat our friends and classmates. (iPhone, Wordament) 7/10

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