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Submitted by KingJFS 724d ago | review

Writer Rumble Review | Warp Zoned

Warp Zoned writes:

"Writer Rumble is the first game that GameFly, the video game version of Netflix, has produced. The premise of the game is very simple: choose a character and get ready to play Boggle (or Scramble With Friends) as a variety of monsters make their approach. Sticks and stones won’t break their bones, but words do have the power to destroy them. As you quickly search for words in the board area, keep an eye up top as well where the “action” is taking place, and make sure you’re keeping pace with all the ghouls headed your way." (iPad, iPhone, Writer Rumble) C/A+

GoingToMonkeyIsland  +   724d ago
The person who did this review doesn't seem to have a grasp of all the commands in the game.. you aren't limited to just one board in the Survival mode, you can switch it whenever with that button that looks like an infinity symbol.

The rest of their criticisms are valid gripes if this isn't your kind of game, though. I'm also of the mind that it's way easier to play this on iPad than it is on the phone/touch devices because of the amount of detail and stuff on the screen compared with the amount of space given to the tiles.

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