SEVEN² – Minimalistic Word Game for iPhone and iPad

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  1. w162, Nov 18, 2012
    Last edited: Nov 27, 2012

    w162 macrumors newbie

    Apr 11, 2011
    SEVEN² (SEVEN 2, Seven Squared) is a brand new brain-teaser. This word puzzler has an unique minimalist-styled interface and is built to satisfy the player hungers for real challenge.

    The game has a simple, relaxing, and addictive game play. On a board of 7² (or 49) tiles, you only need to link letters, score by making words and try your best to survive 7² (or 49) rounds. There is NO time limit. You can take as much time as you need to plan your next step.

    Does it sound too easy? Think twice! You need to be careful in spelling every word, turning the difficult letters to your advantage and strategically plan the positions of the falling letters to balance risk and reward.

    The game has a minimalistic art style which makes the player focus on the game. The fast paced yet challenging rules let the player enjoy the fun of a word game almost every where and any time. The game also features a night theme that can be quickly switched from day theme. You will find it a welcome feature during a sleepless night.

    Feature Highlights:
    * Relaxing and challenging gameplay
    * Minimalistic UI
    * Day and night theme
    * Access word list/dictionary in game
    * Game Center integration, 22 achievements and 3 Leaderboards

    [app]SEVEN² - Minimalistic Word Game[/app]
  2. w162 thread starter macrumors newbie

    Apr 11, 2011
    SEVEN² upgraded to 1.1.0:

    This upgrade solved the compatibility problem with iOS 5. The game is now playable on an iPad 1.

    The difficulty is re-balanced by tuning the frequency of "blue" letters (Z, X, Q).

    As visual feedback for game ending condition, an animated bar would appear when the letters are piled close to the top.

    The repeat popup achievement notification is now fixed. This update also fixed a seldom crash related to quick loading.

    After all, the app name is revised to be search engine friendly.

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