WordKick

WordKick


WordKick is a fun new word game that's incredibly simple to play. The goal is to change one four-letter word into another four-letter word by changing only one letter at the time.



Casual Mode
Relax and complete words without any pressure. There are no clock or move limits in this mode, so feel free to move at your own pace!

Challenge Mode
In challenge mode, you have a limited amount of moves to solve each word—and watch the clock! The more quickly you solve each word, more time you have. The game is over when you run out of moves or time.

Time Trial
Create as many words as you can before time runs out!

Recent changes:
Fixed bug with KitKat devices crashing on invalid words.
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3.5
User ratings
854
Installs
50,000+
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File size
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About WordKick
WordKick is a fun new word game that's incredibly simple to play. The goal is to change one four-letter word into another four-letter word by changing only one letter at the time.



Casual Mode
Relax and complete words without any pressure. There are no clock or move limits in this mode, so feel free to move at your own pace!

Challenge Mode
In challenge mode, you have a limited amount of moves to solve each word—and watch the clock! The more quickly you solve each word, more time you have. The game is over when you run out of moves or time.

Time Trial
Create as many words as you can before time runs out!

Recent changes:
Fixed bug with KitKat devices crashing on invalid words.

User reviews of WordKick
pretty ui, wonderful game.
Jun 21, 2013
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Nov 9, 2014
Word games Find words
A Google User
Oct 11, 2014
Crashes when I get a word wrong It's a very well designed app, but breaks whenever I get a word wrong :'(
A Google User
Jun 26, 2014
Great game with beautiful interface Suggestion: Perhaps swiping left over the letter tiles could quickly revert back to the original letter so players dont have to rotate back to the old letter to start spinning a different slot? Or spinning another slot would automatically switch to that one and revert all other changes? Also, allowing to select a three- or five-slot game might be cool.
A Google User
Jun 16, 2014
Good idea but changing the letters is a pain and I keep getting the same words
A Google User
Jun 7, 2014
Too much scrolling Scrolling through alphabet on a small square is more frustrating than thinking of the words.