Combines Videos and Puzzles by Using Video Clips as Clues BRISBANE, Australia, Oct. 16, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Scrabble. Boggle. Upwords. All of these games have one thing in common – words. Wordplay. It’s been around since our written language was developed thousands of years ago, but has never been so accessible as now. Available now for download on iTunes for iPhone and iPad is the marvelous new twist on wordplay fun – 2 Vids 1 Word.
The simple game, designed by a husband and wife mobile app team out of Brisbane, Australia and known as Kerofrog, uses videos as clues to guess a one-word answer. The game begins easy and moves along in difficulty the more one solves. Even better, there is no user interface or complicated game logic to learn in order to have fun. The game delivers fun immediately after download and installation are complete.
The premise of the game is simple. Guess the word. Except with this game, each puzzle has two short video clips for one to watch. One only has to watch the videos and combine them to guess the word!
This particular game is unique because it uses video clips over the standard pictures used by other picture and word puzzle games. The quality of the game is amazing and mobile phone users won’t want to be left out once they see it on their friend’s phone.
It’s a winning combination much like Rogers and Astaire or Peanut Butter and Jelly. Word games. The flirtatious fun created by mixing language with entertainment. And the game is fun.
“Anyone who enjoys word games and online videos will love 2 Vids 1 Word,” said Cliff, founder of Kerofrog. “Players can challenge their minds and enjoy fun videos at the same time. Also, the familiar theme is a simple twist so there is no learning curve.”
And now, as a special Christmas bonus, those who “Like” the game page on Facebook at http://facebook.com/vids4play are eligible to win weekly coin pack prizes and 1 of 2 Apple TVs via an on-page puzzle competition.
2 Vids 1 Word is now available on the Apple App Store, with an Android version due for release on October 20. The game can be downloaded for free and provides hours of video puzzle fun. More information can be found at http://vids4play.com/2vids1word.