iTunes Listing In Butts in Space you take the role of a butt floating around in outer space. The object of the game is to gather rolls of toilet paper while avoiding asteroids. You get one point for each second you play and 10 points for each roll of toilet paper. There are no levels …
iTunes Listing If you like Angry Birds, you’ll like Tennis in the Face. Instead of using a slingshot to launch birds, you serve tennis balls and try to hit all the people on the screen. If you can hit everyone with one shot, you get a crown for that level. With over 100 levels Tennis …
MASH iTunes Listing MASH is a mobile version of Mansion Apartment Shack House, a grade school game that tries to predict your future. Like all the games I’ve discussed in the Apple Considers This a Word Game series, I have no idea how this is a word game.
Draw One line iTunes Listing Draw One line is a puzzle game where you draw one line to connect two circles. There are no words in the game, yet Apple places Draw One line in its list of free word games.
Minesweeper Board Game iTunes Listing Minesweeper Board Game is a Minesweeper game. There are no words in it, only numbers. Yet Minesweeper Board Game appears in Apple’s list of free word games and LetterMiner doesn’t.
Slots of Gold Big Win iTunes Listing Slots of Gold Big Win is a slot machine game yet it appears in the App Store’s list of free word games.
Trivia Guy iTunes Listing Trivia Guy is a quiz game. It belongs in the trivia game section of the App Store, not the word game section.
Number Salad iTunes Listing The first sentence describing Number Salad in its iTunes listing is that Number Salad is a numeric puzzle game. How can Apple consider a numeric puzzle game to be a word game?
Choices: Stories You Play iTunes Listing Choices: Stories You Play is the mobile gaming equivalent of reading a Choose Your Own Adventure book. You play through a story and make choices to control the direction the story takes. The only way Choices: Stories You Play could qualify as a word game is that the stories …
August was the best month yet for LetterMiner downloads. iOS: 900 downloads Mac: 10 downloads The 900 downloads for the iOS version is especially good considering I had only 53 downloads from January through July.