Icon Wordscapes

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Powerful dictionaries, beautiful music, and fun themes create an immersive, original and addictive gaming experience unlike any other.

Build your brain, collect objects, unlock achievements and compare your progress with people around the world through trophies on your mantle. Collect fine classical music and see landscapes, seascapes and cityscapes through your window as you collect hidden locations.

Game play is as hard or as easy as you want it to be. Simply arrange the letters by sliding and hold a letter to highlight the word and collect it in your collection. If a letter appears in 2 words (one vertically one horizontally) you score two words at once AND get to keep that letter for future use!

Intentionally relaxing gameplay uses classical music and easy sounds, smooth cloud effects and antique decor in your room. We don’t use timers in the game allowing you to play at your own pace.  You can your progress with others through the 3d trophy on your mantle that shows your rank dynamically!

At its core are 6 variations on the game. Each level has a different letter distribution (and one has rocks) so you can exercise a different part of your brain. With easy letter holding mechanics you can save up to 10 letters for using later, when you really need them

Back in your lobby you can see your found words categorized according to 13 major categories, visualized by books collected on your shelf. Tap any book to open it and explore the definitions of your found words according to theme. A master dictionary lists all the words. Thousands of words can be found. In addition, there are over 100 hidden objects, composers, and sub themes within the hidden objects that make your 3d lobby come to life.

Underlying word data, including synonyms and definitions is taken from WordNet® from Princeton University’s Cognitive Science Laboratory. Classical music uses public domain licensed recordings including one from  Kimiko Ishizaka. There are growing resources for classical music in the public domain that made that part of the game possible.

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