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Lexathon™ word jumble

02 Nov 2013

Lexathon™ word jumble game review

There are three main categories of people who will enjoy this app: grannys who are stuck in the house all day, geeks (here’s where I fit in) and random bored people.

If you consider yourself one of these three things, then read on to discover one of the most entertaining word puzzle apps to date.

If you don’t think this relates to you, download it anyway as I’m sure you’ll be bored at some point in your life and need something to do. You can’t escape the need for Lexathon so just join the… erm… dark side.

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Lexathon is a free Android game, available at the Play Store, which provides you with hours of endless word jumbling fun. You, the player, will be given 9 letters from which to form as many words as you can in 2 minutes (this can be changed to as many minutes as you like through the settings tab).

So far, sounds like any word puzzle you’ve ever played. The kicker in this case is that the words have to be at least 4-letters long (so much for my cat-mat-hat combo) and, most challenging of all, you have to use the letter set in the middle of the grid in every word.

Sounds too easy, you say? Well, imagine if your middle letter is Q. Now let’s say your other 8 letters are two Zs, H, J, K, G and two As. If you find me a (real) word using these letters, I promise I’ll give you a gift!

Oh, and it can’t be a name, foreign language or curse word. Now how’s that for challenging? After your two minutes of playtime are done (and your brain cells are fried), you can then share your results on social media networks, restart the game or check your scores in the online ranking.

So, as I mentioned previously (or as you may have been able to tell by now), I’m a geek. I’m the kind of 25-year-old that actually enjoys staying in on a Saturday night curled up on my sofa with a blanket and a book or a puzzle.

I’m the kind that actually reads one book a week, every week of my life. And, I’ll admit, I’m the kind that absolutely loves doing any and all word puzzles, from Scrabble to crosswords, in three different languages, since I’m a multinational geek.

I was that kid who wouldn’t let anyone have any cereal until I completed the crossword/word search on the box. I was the teenager who watched BBC’s Countdown and actually envied Carol Voderman because she got to work with word puzzles for a living while I had to decide on a college degree.

I wanted to major in PUZZLE SOLVING, why couldn’t anyone understand that?? And you know what? I know for a fact that there are some of you out there who are like me (yes, I’m talking to you!), so don’t pretend like you wouldn’t like to play Lexathon, I know you’re itching to try it out!

So if you’re a bored old granny trying to make the switch from analog to digital (i. e. , from paper puzzles to electronic), a bored grandchild left alone because granny’s playing puzzles, or if you’re a proud geek like me, try out Lexathon now for hours of entertainment, to learn a little something and just plain pass the time.

You won’t regret it.

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