Just Picture It! evolves mobile photo sharing into a word game with friends and family! In this turn-based game you can play in single and multiplayer mode. As you launch the game for the first time, you will find a game from us (or from the friend that invited you to play) waiting. Just open it, check the clues and guess the caption!
How do I keep playing?
It’s easy! Click. Caption. Compete! Here’s how:
•Take or select a picture with your iPhone or iPod
•Create a caption for the photo
•Give some clues as to what the caption is
•Send to your friends to guess
•Wait for them to Just Picture It! and see who gets the best score
What can I picture?
Just Picture It! allows you, the user, to direct the experience – in other words, you choose your own adventure. While the possibilities are unlimited, here are some fun ideas to get you started.
•Kids need help with homework? Photograph spelling or vocabulary words for your children.
•Frequent traveler? Enjoy having your family or friends guess your location.
•Learning a new language? Practice with a friend by photographing everyday objects and identifying them in Spanish or French or the language of your choice.
•See something funny? Share a reminder of an inside joke with a friend or a group of friends.
•See a place with wonderful memories? Take a picture of that place and share those memories with a caption.
And don’t forget those photos that have been getting dusty in your iPhone album. Just Picture It! creates a fun reason to revisit and share your old photos. iPhone screen captures make for great games as well (to take a screen capture, press the Home button and the Sleep/Wake button simultaneously)! You can also play Just Picture It! the old-fashioned way—get together with your friends in the family room and play through your Apple TV.
Just Picture It! is loaded with fun features including:
•Turn-based game play for gamers on the go.
•Easy login and friend finding via Facebook, your address book, or any email address.
•Push notifications to alert users when a game is received by you or answered by one of your friends.
•One-to-one messaging before and after each game.
•Saved games file for historical reference.
•Player stats tracked over lifetime.