Published on April 1st, 2013 | by Key Reads0
4 Pics 1 Word: What’s The Word Puzzle App Sweeping the App Store
4 Pics 1 Word: Yes, we know; there are a lot of “trivia” games out on the app market now, but we insist that this one is different. 4 Pics 1 Word: What’s The Word is the new, highly energized game from LOTUM GmbH for iPhone, iPad, iPod, and Android devices. Several other app developers have released their take on this popular new game, including RedSpell, Itch Mania, Emerging Games, and more. 4 Pics 1 Word provides players a puzzle of four full, but separate pictures that all have something in common. Jumbled letters appear below the pictures, but not all will be used. Though, the amount of blank squares (in-between the pictures and jumbled words) alerts players to how many letters are needed (call it, “a nicely fitted hint”).
However, if having those blank boxes to fill letters in is not enough of a hint, for 60 coins, a letter will be inserted into the the correct blank space. Or, for 90 coins, a bunch of letters (not used in the word) will be removed from below. For each correct word, a player receives only three coins. So, players should choose wisely on when to use their coins for help–unless they’re willing to spend $19.99 to get 10,000 coins, then there’s no need to be stingy.
While 400 levels may seem daunting and overwhelming, we have successfully completed and found the answers for all levels for 4 Pics and 1 Word. Below you will find a full tutorial on how to guide players all the way through to the last level with cheats, hints, tips, and solutions. And again, we know, some levels (especially in the beginning) may be clever. For one answer “Date,” game makers provide one picture of a man and a woman at a table, another picture of the popular California fruit Dates, a calendar, and…that’s enough of examples–and some what brain-teasing, but for the most part the levels are easy. Be carful through, each level (especially in the 100’s) will become progressively harder.
Players are always welcome to thank us later…after they’ve beaten the game.