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What's the Sentence


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What's the Sentence

JohnBIt's time for a simple, soothing word game. What's the Sentence from Tinyworks Games is a straightforward game that combines anagrams with famous quotes. A baseline of six letter tiles rests at the bottom of the screen. Above are several words with blank spots in place of letters. Tap the word you want to work with, then tap your inventory to start filling them in. Repeat the process until the famous quote is complete!

What's the SentenceThe only thing that seems slightly out of place in What's the Sentence are in-app purchases. A hint button at the bottom of the screen can clue you in on a letter as well as reveal star tiles, which are essentially obscured letters in your inventory. Hints cost coins, though, and the rate at which you earn them is far outstripped by the cost of a clue. It's a little lopsided, but completely non-intrusive and certainly not compulsory.

What's the Sentence keeps gameplay straightforward and never deviates from its original intention. There are no lengthy tutorials or awkward diversions, just 70 levels of incomplete quotes to fill in, one letter at a time!

NOTE: This game was played and reviewed on the Nexus 4. Game was available in the North American market at the time of publication, but may not be available in other territories. Please see individual app market pages for purchasing info.

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