iDescribe

iDescribe is a hugely fun verbal charades game where you can sing, act or just describe one of the words on the page for your teammates to guess. Just tap the correctly guessed word to move to the next page or tap the pass button to move to a new selection of words…

Sounds easy but the catch is you cannot mention the actual word you are describing and each round is against the clock – it’s harder than you think!

The best party game is the one you have with you and with iDescribe you will always have a party-in-your-pocket!

You can create teams and add players so the app can keep track of the words guessed, team and individual scores – you can even add photos to give you something to remember the fun by! Or, if you prefer you can simply pick the app up and start playing without having to set any teams up.

Even though we say this is social networking with real-life friends we have added the ability to tweet or post to Facebook (iOS 6 or above) your scores including the winning team’s photo.

There are a bunch of settings you can change to make the game easier or harder depending on your descriptive and verbal abilities.

You have 250 free words to get the fun started with more word packs available as an in-app purchase. You can even unlock the CUSTOM WORD DICTIONARY allowing you to add as many of your own words as you like taking the whole game experience to a new personalised level!

There is even a word pack aimed at young kids to help with their reading and verbal skills. Once the CUSTOM WORD DICTIONARY is unlocked you can add the words your kids are learning at school so they can practise reading and describing them.

It really is great fun either with friends and family or just to keep the kids entertained!

iOS 6 / iPhone 5 / iPod Touch 5th generation ready!


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