Legitimately couldn't think of anything to do other than this.
Put your vocabulary skills to the test, try and list as many words starting a letter and challenge your friends.
Wording Out is a quick and simple game, all you need to do is list as many words you can think of within a set time that begin with the selected letter.
Challenge your friends to a match, practice alone or team up with the 'world' to try and list every single word starting with a random letter in a 24 hour period (more than likely impossible but hey don't let your dreams be dreams).
(Note: The inputting of the word may be dodgy as hell if you're not on the very specific devices I built this with, if that's the case then I'm sorry, I didn't overly get to test this!)
No idea why, it runs a bit slow on the heroku instance, it shouldn't take more than 3 seconds for your word to be validated/invalidated though.
Listed here are what I actively used. I of course will not list dependencies of dependencies but yeah, they all helped still :)
Cool little game. I like the global challenge idea.
Very nice word game. Well done for a single person team!
Nice smooth graphics, pretty music, fun to play. As a future feature, maybe you could put more constraints on the words to be chosen (like within a category or something). Great job.
Wow! Clean, polished, well-executed. A solid idea implemented in a very short period of time.
My wife and I played through several rounds together. The game was responsive and visually beautiful. I was impressed that you shipped both a single player and a reliable 2-player mode as well.
I like how clean the implementation is! It was easy to play and fun. The concept isn't new but it was great to test my word bank against the game!
It definitively does not like names ;-)
Could you start with music turned off by default? It was interfering with the audio player I've running.
Would be nice to upload more dictionaries (e.g. for learning another language like Spanish or German).
This looks great and plays great too. Really shows an impressive amount of polish for such a small amount of time. Of course, the game itself is nothing new. I really like the idea of daily competitions, but this particular implementation misses the mark somehow (I have an hour to find a word!?)