Our first application tackled button smashing. Our second app took drawing to a whole new quirky level. For this app, we decided to go a little old school by creating our own spin on a classic game–namely, word jumble-type games. We call our cool little application Anagram Twist.
Like most unscramble games, you are in charge of completing the matching six letter word. In Anagram Twist though, the six letter word corresponds to the category the puzzle is in. Get the word right and you’ll get a star to move onto the next puzzle. Finish unscrambling all of the letters and you’ll earn an even bigger star (yippee!). Play at your own pace and move onto puzzles that you want to play, the control is in your hands.
With thousands of unique words, hundreds of exciting levels, and multiple categories to choose from, Anagram Twist is sure to keep you entertained.
As we’re well into the holiday season, we’re also celebrating the release of Anagram Twist with a free holiday themed puzzle pack. Unlock it while it’s still available.
Thanks again for all of your support. We hope that you enjoy Anagram Twist!
Los Angeles, California – Today OmNom Apps released Anagram Twist, a clean and fun word jumble game on the iTunes App Store for iPhone™, iPod™ Touch, and iPad™. This application takes unscramble-type games to a whole new level with thousands of possible words to solve, numerous categories to select puzzles from, and crisp graphics.
In this game, players shuffle, jumble, unscramble, and move around tiles in order to figure out all of the words within a puzzle. They are also awarded for deciphering the six letter word and completing the puzzle. Anagram Twist also features the ability for players to see their last correct word, clear tiles, and arrange letters in a variety of different ways.
“Players will enjoy the thousands of words that we packed into this game. Some of the words are pretty simple, while others require a little more tinkering or a larger vocabulary to figure out. Either way, we think Anagram Twist is a whole lot of classic, down to earth fun,” says Tony Ngo, Co-Founder of OmNom Apps.
We, here at OmNom Apps, have been busy coming up with our latest concoction. It’s been a little while but it’s with great pride that we introduce to you, Scribblr.
Scribblr is a fun and addicting game that combines drawing with how well you know your Facebook friends.
Connect with Facebook to draw things about your friends, or create images for yourself. Doodle your way through dozens of things to draw then share them with your friends.
Play and laugh by yourself or with others for an entertaining time with friends. Scribble something barely recognizable or create a masterpiece. Sketch something realistic or downright fantastic. Be silly. Be playful. Be cute. Maybe all of the above.
We’ve put a whole bunch of fun and random things in Scribblr. With your help, we hope to add some more. Have a prompt you would like to suggest? Perhaps a drawing or two you’ve found particularly funny? Maybe you have a feature you would like us to add to the application? Let us know.
Thanks again for all of your support. We hope you enjoy this little game as much as we do. 🙂
Los Angeles, California – OmNom Apps today announced the release of Scribblr. This application marks the second official release by co-founders Tony Ngo and Kevin Hamano.
Scribblr is a fun and addicting game that combines drawing with how well players know their friends. Players have the option of connecting to Facebook or using the application as is.
As a standalone application, users are prompted to draw a variety of things about themselves. An example of this might be, “Draw yourself as a super awesome secret agent.” By connecting to Facebook, their friends are pulled into the mix for even more fun; for instance, “Draw Tony N. as a super awesome secret agent.”
Prompts come in a variety of shapes and sizes, and encourage players to be silly, playful, and imaginative.
Scribblr features posting to Facebook, the option to tag friends, saving to library, multiple colors to draw with, and line-smoothing. Players are also able to earn points and achievements within the application. Points are used to calculate levels and award players with different job roles illustrated by Darrell Hawkins.
To celebrate Halloween and the application’s October release, players will find a few themed treats within the application including costumes, vampires, and perhaps even a zombie or two.
“When designing this application, we wanted to create something that we would enjoy playing with our friends. All of the features within Scribblr are built around this concept. Splashed with a few random surprises here and there, we’ve come up with an social drawing game that we’re quite proud of,” says Kevin.
Scribblr is available now on iTunes for the iPhone and iPod Touch.