Arabic HexaWord

The Multi-Directional Arabic Word Game! An entertaining and educational word game / crossword game for 2 – 6 players. The Arabic language is one of the oldest languages in the world that is still spoken to this date. Arabic HexaWord is a multi-directional word game. A unique word game where you can form Arabic words in any direction, looping, bridging, and multi-words per turn using the iPhone’s® touch feature. FEATURES • Play with up to 5 of your friends, or play solo against your iPhone®, or iPod® touch computer • Form a word in any direction • Touch a tile to select it, and then touch a field location on the screen board to place it • Zoom-in & Zoom-out by simply tapping twice on the screen, or sliding your fingers • The computer draws your six tiles automatically, and replenishes them when used • Brown tiles change color to match field hexagon color for highlighting higher points • Listen to the built-in music track, or to music from your own iTunes® library selection, or mute it altogether for a quiet game • Computer calculates players scores automatically, and prompts players when needed • Save up to 6 games, to continue playing at a later time • Compatible with iPhone® & iPod® touch —————————————– CHECK OUT OUR OTHER EXCITING GAMES: HexaWord: A unique word game, where using the iPhone’s® touch feature, words can be formed in any direction, and a 100,000 word dictionary to verify the entries. 1 to 6 Players. HexaNumber: A strategy game of forming consecutive numbers in increasing or decreasing order creating: chains, branches, loops, bridges, zigzags, straights, and summations. 1 to 6 Players. HexaRow: A strategy game of connecting six same color tiles in a straight or a zigzag line. 1 to 6 Players. —————————————– VISIT US: http://www.hexaprism.com


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