Tell Word

Anton Vazhinsky
Meet "Tell Word"! This is a new card game with simple rules that will appeal to children and adults. The aim of the game…
$0.99
Buy Now
Media
Details
Meet "Tell Word"! This is a new card game with simple rules that will appeal to children and adults. The aim of the game is to find an appropriate words before the rest players did it. Hurry up, call your friends and dive into the fun atmosphere of the game! More about the game The game consists of the Task cards and the Letter cards. First the task is selected, then the letter is opened. Players try to find an appropriate word to the current task, and the one who first say the word gets a winning score. At the end of the game the player with the most points wins. Special card The game has special task cards that change the gameplay. Auction - each Player make bets, how many words he can say (the letter is not open yet) for one minute. If time runs out, the player will loose. This round will play that player whose bet is the maximum. If the time runs out and the player said less words than he bet, he gets two penalty points. Hands - players says words and put their hand on the hand of the previous player (the first player puts his hand on the table). The player whose hand will be on the top gets a penalty point. Blitz - the player who say an appropriate word first, starts the timer. Each next player who say another word must reset the time by tapping the screen. When time runs out, Player who say the last word is win. Subscribe to our youtube channel: www.youtube.com/c/17Studio Become a fan of Draw Rider 2 on Facebook: www.facebook.com/gamingstudio17 Follow us on Twitter: www.twitter.com/17Studio Exclusive photos you will find in our Instagram: www.instagram.com/17studio_official We also have a blog on Tumblr: www.17studio.tumblr.com
Information
Seller:Anton Vazhinsky
Genre:Board, Card
Release:Jun 30, 2019
Updated:Jun 30, 2019
Version:1.0
Size:32.0 MB
TouchArcade Rating:Unrated
User Rating:Unrated
Your Rating:unrated
Compatibility:HD Universal