2 Pics One Phrase – Picture Puzzles for Hours of Brain-Boosting Fun
New York, New York – Fans of solving fast-paced, brain-boosting word and picture puzzles have a new app for addictive play, 2 Pics One Phrase 1.3. Developed by Nabendu Sinha, creator of the What’s My Age? Magic app that has been downloaded over one million times, the free 2 Pics One Phrase is now available in iPhone and iPad versions through the iTunes App Store. This recently updated version includes 115 total levels.
“Playing on your own or with a friend, you can banish boredom, exercise your brain and, most importantly, have fun with the 2 Pics One Phrase game,” said Sinha.
The app has been featured by the iTunes App Store in the What’s Hot section for iPad word games. Also, players around the world delight in playing 2 Pics One Phrase – 95% of user ratings are 4 or 5 stars.
2 Pics One Phrase offers a new and exciting spin on traditional word and picture puzzles. In each round, players are presented with two images with easily recognizable subjects that are indirectly connected by a mystery phrase.
To solve the puzzle, players must study three things: the images, the blanks in the mystery phrase, and the letters in the letter bank. For easier viewing on smaller mobile devices, players can enlarge an image by tapping it. Solving each 2 Pics One Phrase puzzle earns stacks of coins for players and advances play.
As players complete rounds of 2 Pics One Phrase puzzles and earn coins, they move on to other levels of increasingly difficult puzzles. A valuable “hints” feature allows players to spend coins to reveal a portion of the mystery phrase. Players low on coins and stumped by the most challenging puzzles can obtain more coins through in-app purchase.
As an example of how a 2 Pics One Phrase puzzle works, an image of U.S. President Abraham Lincoln appears next to an image of a house painted white. Using all of the letters in the letter bank, players tap each to fill in the blanks of the mystery phrase: “President in White House”. If the phrase is misspelled, it appears red until the player corrects it. Players can refresh the puzzle to start over or tap individual letters in the puzzle to input the correct spelling.
With more challenging levels added frequently, 2 Pics One Phrase provides high replay value for gamers. Plus, 2 Pics One Phrase offers a fun and easy way to improve English spelling and learn typical American English phrases while waiting for the bus or enjoying a break at work.
“Games that make you think don’t have to be boring,” said Sinha. “2 Pics One Phrase provides hours of brain-stimulating entertainment.”
* iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iOS 4.3 or later
* 48.0 MB
Pricing and availability:
Suitable for players 12 and older, 2 Pics One Phrase 1.3 is currently available worldwide through the iTunes App Store in the Games category for free.
Software developer Nabendu Sinha is currently based in the New York area. In addition to 2 Pics One Phrase 1.3, Sinha also created the popular Fishy Jump and What’s My Age? Magic. A number 1 app in Australia and New Zealand, What’s My Age? Magic has had more than one million downloads. Copyright (C) 2013 Nabendu Sinha. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.
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