April 6, 2010
Blockdot Releases Chicktionary Game for Apple’s New iPad
Dallas-based Blockdot has released Chicktionary – one of the most popular
games on the Internet – for Apple’s iPad, the revolutionary tablet computer that
sold 300,000 units on its first day in stores.
Your goal in Chicktionary is to unscramble a roost full of letters and create
as many words as possible. Touch the hens and spell out a word, then watch as
the word appears below them. Press Enter to submit the word into the egg crates.
The more words you create, the more points you earn!
A beautiful design and intuitive game play.
Feelin’ scrambled? Shake your iPad to shuffle your chickens and get a new
look at your word options. Yes, this game is PETA friendly and no chickens
were injured in the making of this game — so shake away!
Select and drag hens to different positions in the hen house to help you
complete the full puzzle.
Save game, local scoreboards, and worldwide scoreboards.
Earn Eggchievements for crazy stuff, like playing a dozen games after
Not an Egghead? Use the green word indicator to help you find a smaller
word while spelling a larger word; the indicator lights up when the game
detects a word you can submit.
Hidden Easter eggs, game statistics, and more!
Grab this fun FREE game that’ll keep you pecking away ’till the cows come
home! It can be found in the Apple iTunes store:
Additional puzzle packs can be purchased within the game for $0.99 each.