Diction

Diction


Search for words of 3 or more letters in a tile grid. When you make a word the letters disappear and new tiles fall in from the top of the screen. Try to remove as many tiles as you can before the timer runs out!

There are four different ways to play:
•In classic mode each tile you remove scores you 1 point. Score as many points as you can before the timer runs out.
•In arcade mode tile scores are weighted like scrabble tiles. More difficult to use letters are worth more points. Some tiles contain additional bonuses providing score multipliers or time bonuses. Combine bonus tiles to maximize your points.
•In time attack mode each word you make gives you an additional time bonus. The longer the word the more time you get. Extend your game as long as you can in order to maximize your score.
•Fixed mode is like a solitaire boggle game. Tiles are not removed when you make a word and duplicate words are not allowed, try to find as many unique words as you can.

Features:
•Online leaderboards, try to beat your friends!
•Achievements.
•Four different ways to play.
•Play on different sized grids (4x4, 5x5 or 6x6).

Diction is completely free, requires no permissions and has no adverts or in app purchases. If you like this game please consider purchasing the donate version. Thanks!

Recent changes:
Note: old high scores will not be imported.

• Fixed a bug where time bonuses in arcade weren't getting multipliers.
• Re-written from scratch! Let me know if you find any bugs.
• New graphics!
• Multi-touch support.
• Google play games integration (leaderboards and achievements).
• Removed all permissions.
• Removed adverts - now completely free.
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3.7
User ratings
60
Installs
5,000+
Concerns
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File size
3019 kb
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About Diction
Search for words of 3 or more letters in a tile grid. When you make a word the letters disappear and new tiles fall in from the top of the screen. Try to remove as many tiles as you can before the timer runs out!

There are four different ways to play:
•In classic mode each tile you remove scores you 1 point. Score as many points as you can before the timer runs out.
•In arcade mode tile scores are weighted like scrabble tiles. More difficult to use letters are worth more points. Some tiles contain additional bonuses providing score multipliers or time bonuses. Combine bonus tiles to maximize your points.
•In time attack mode each word you make gives you an additional time bonus. The longer the word the more time you get. Extend your game as long as you can in order to maximize your score.
•Fixed mode is like a solitaire boggle game. Tiles are not removed when you make a word and duplicate words are not allowed, try to find as many unique words as you can.

Features:
•Online leaderboards, try to beat your friends!
•Achievements.
•Four different ways to play.
•Play on different sized grids (4x4, 5x5 or 6x6).

Diction is completely free, requires no permissions and has no adverts or in app purchases. If you like this game please consider purchasing the donate version. Thanks!

Recent changes:
Note: old high scores will not be imported.

• Fixed a bug where time bonuses in arcade weren't getting multipliers.
• Re-written from scratch! Let me know if you find any bugs.
• New graphics!
• Multi-touch support.
• Google play games integration (leaderboards and achievements).
• Removed all permissions.
• Removed adverts - now completely free.

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 12, 2014
Well It functions properly but overall its just not that fun. I dont feel the style of the game
A Google User
Dec 8, 2013
Snappy. Great game play and graphics.
A Google User
Jun 25, 2013
Unable to recognize any words even very basic such as cat/dog score remained on 0 yet time expires asks to add as high score leaderboard WTH ?
A Google User
Mar 24, 2013
It DOES recognize English words. However, graphics are awful, looks like pages from a bad coloring book.
A Google User
Mar 24, 2013
It DOES recognize English words. However, graphics are awful, looks like pages from a bad coloring book.
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