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Unolingo Series 2

by Equazi Enterprises LLC
Platform: Android Rated: All Ages
4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (170 customer reviews)

Price: $4.99
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
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Latest Updates

What's new in version 1.8.1
  • Minor bug fix update to go along with the release of Unolingo: Series 8.
  • Preparation for upcoming Game Center integration.

Product Details

  • ASIN: B007A6K2GY
  • Release Date: February 16, 2012
  • Rated: All Ages This app may include dynamic content. What's this?
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (170 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,794 Paid in Appstore for Android (See Top 100 Paid in Appstore for Android)
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Product Features

  • Simple, original word puzzle for your Kindle Fire or Android device
  • Series 2 Puzzles: 160 puzzles offering hours of enjoyment
  • Unique hint and audit functions to help you solve the most difficult puzzles
  • Bonus puzzles accessible by inviting others to try Unolingo
  • Flexible design supports casual play, collaboration with friends, or time-based competition
  • Extensive performance statistics to monitor your progress and compare with others

Product Description

Unolingo Series 2 is the next release of our original and popular word puzzle featuring 160 additional puzzles.

If you like crosswords, Sudoku, or word games like Scrabble, then you'll love Unolingo, a fun new word puzzle optimized for the Kindle Fire by Amazon.

Every Unolingo puzzle is a 10 x 10 crossword without clues and 26 empty squares that require the precise placement of each letter in the alphabet. Select from your choice of four difficulty levels and use your word knowledge, reasoning, and deduction skills to complete the puzzle.

This fascinating word puzzle can generally be completed in 5-15 minutes and is fun for the daily commuter, the casual puzzler, or the serious word buff.

Features:

- Series 2 Puzzles: 160 puzzles offering hours of enjoyment
- Unique hint and audit functions to help you solve the most difficult puzzles
- Bonus puzzles accessible by inviting others to try Unolingo
- Flexible design supports casual play, collaboration with friends, or time-based competition
- Extensive performance statistics to monitor your progress and compare with others

Stay up-to-date by following us on Twitter: @Unolingo!

Find us on Facebook for game news and friendly discussion: http://www.facebook.com/unolingo

Technical Details

  • Size: 2.4MB
  • Version: 1.8.1
  • Developed By: Equazi Enterprises LLC
  • Application Permissions: (Help me understand what permissions mean)
    • Open network sockets
    • Access information about networks
  • Minimum Operating System: Android 2.3
  • Approximate Download Time: Less than 30 seconds

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59 of 62 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Expensive October 11, 2013
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IMHO, the number of puzzles for the price is not a good value. The game itself is fun and challenging, but I would never spend $5 for 160 boards. Also, In most cases, I am fundamentally against IAP of any type (IAP is ruining Android and few companies do it correctly). So,

-1 star for the price
-1 star for obvious self promotion

My rating may seem a bit harsh to some, but I am not a naysayer (I have rated many apps 5 stars), this game just happened to have hit two of my pet peeves (cost value and IAP).

The game's boards are rated by difficulty. The more stars, the more difficult. Here is what you get for $5:

1 star boards : 60
2 stars boards: 40
3 stars boards : 30
4 stars boards : 30

As a FAotD, I'd recommend the game, but as a regular purchase, I'd keep shopping. There are many, many other games available that will keep you entertained far longer for far less money. This game is preying on peoples fondness for word puzzles. If you want a challenge and more bang for your buck, I'd try Sudoku.
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41 of 42 people found the following review helpful
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This game touts a series 2 full version- but in reality each advanced part of this game costs 5 dollars. I figured to unlock all the games and levels is going to cost me about 40 dollars. That is insanity. No game/Puzzle (that's not COD) is worth 40 dollars.

Another pet peeve is that I can 'earn' more levels if I invite my friends via facebook or twitter. I don't have any friends who wouldn't disown me for this shady practice, so I only sent it to people I don't like.

All in all the puzzles are decent, not great. They are challenging and the 3D graphics are pleasing to the eye. I like that there are 'hint, audit, help' buttons that are easy to find and actually information. I haven't found any hangups or glitches, the game moves along nicely and it's easy to undo errors.

It's is an okay game for free. It's a less than okay game for 5 dollars and it's insanity at 40.
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52 of 56 people found the following review helpful
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I got the original version as the free app of the day some months ago; the original review still applies to this version so here goes nothing:

This is supposed to be a full version and the normal price of this is $5? Uh huh. Whatever. Yet, if you want any one of the six or so extra puzzle packs they will ALSO cost you $5 each. That is pretty ridiculous on its face.

Now for my second point: While you CAN turn off facebook nagging in the settings, it's ridiculous that it is on by default. I am a fan of puzzle games and brain teasers and I've seen this type of game many many times before. This game isn't all that and it is not as unique as they claim it to be.

But having to pay $5 each for the extra puzzle packs would mean that it would cost somewhere between 30 and 50 dollars to get all the puzzles? Are they insane? So I think I am being generous when I rate this game at 3 stars because while the game is pretty good for what it is, we all know that this type of game tends to draw a more geriactric crowd. I think that the developers are trying to take advantage of this. It is a target audience of people that tend to get taken advantage of, so in that regard I don't think that this developer's all that honest or in possession of a conscience. If anything they seem greedy and there is absolutely no reason for them to be charging this much money for this game and especially the add on puzzle packs which should not be extra in the first place.

I cannot in good conscience give it a higher rating than three stars because the game is average and the pricing is absolutely atrocious. I subtracted one star for each of my negative points. I think at 3 stars I am being generous.

I have played this game many times in the past. I've played it on paper.
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49 of 55 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars like the game but $5 is too expensive November 4, 2012
By SAJAM
I enjoyed playing the original app. For a chance, a developer came up with an original twist on word games. Considering the initial app was already paid, it seems like $5 is a hefty price for more puzzles when most games charge .99-1.99. This addition is not new. Its not like they created some new 3d graphics or major changes. Its just more puzzles & compared to other similar type word games, its an outrageous price in my opinion
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Too Many Flaws October 11, 2013
By Shawna
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First, I agree with other reviewers in two regards - $5 by itself is really high for a game with less than 200 puzzle boards in it. But if you want to unlock all the boards this game actually has, you'll have to spend at least $40? At least take me to dinner before you take advantage of me!

I also believe puzzle games should have ONLY ONE correct answer. Several of these puzzle boards can be solved in more than one logical way, but only one way is 'accepted' as correct. To me, this is sloppy and incomplete. The developers need to fix this issue before I'll offer up more stars.

I've never played any other Unolingo games before, and only tried this one because it was the FAotD. That being said, even at free I was very disappointed. The only reason I gave it any stars at all is because the tutorial popups are very clear and you can choose to disable each popup separately in case you would like a reminder of certain rules but not others the next time you play. Also, there are no bugs or glitches to complain about. Still, bug-free games with nice tutorials don't get 5 stars without great content to go with it. Sorry.
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