Independent game developer Xandar Mob is proud to announce their addictive word game, Lexathon is currently available on Android for free with an in-app pro edition. The popular word game with over 350,000 downloads has now upgraded with an ad-free pro version of the game for people who can’t get enough of the word jumble game they crave.
Lexathon is a 9-letter word puzzle game where you discover as many words as possible that contain the central letter. Test your lexical skills; there is always a 9 letter word to find amongst the scrambled letters! Be quick and cunning; every word you find gets you more time and increases your score! The faster you react and the more words you find from the English dictionary, the higher your score! Lexathon is translated in 19 different languages, so post your scores to Facebook, throw down the linguistic gauntlet and challenge your friends to beat your top scores.
Literally get into the game and shake your phone to scramble the letters to discover as many words as possible. Don’t waste any time! Once you’ve found as many words as you can, click the ‘Give up’ button to maximise your score and see all the words you missed. Use the modifiable dictionary to look up definitions and increase your vocabulary and mental alertness. Challenging at times, but always fun and interesting, Lexathon is one word game you won’t be able to put down!
★ Race against the clock – Choose timed mode, or go at your own pace with untimed mode
★ Modifiable Dictionary – Look up definitions and modify the in-game dictionary
★ Global leader boards – Post your scores online and compete against the best!
★ Post scores to Facebook – Challenge your friends
★ Shake to shuffle letters – Get into the game and shake the phone to jumble the letters
★ Professionally translated – Get your game on in German, Italian and Russian!
“Lexathon is the ultimate word search game because it’s so addictive,” says developer William Ferguson. “You can pull out your phone and play it for a quick break, or get into the game and play for hours. The best part is there are more than 100,000 word puzzles to solve, so you could play Lexathon once a day and still have a fresh word game to play for the next 275 years!”