You've probably seen that one paragraph where all the letters are jumbled up, but it's still readable because the first and last letters of each word are in the right place.The one that starts with, "I cnduo't bvleiee taht I culod aulaclty uesdtannrd waht I was rdnaieg."That's kind of the gist of Words Brain Challenge, a new word game from Flow State Media.Words Brain Challenge asks you to put together a word given only the first and last letters, and a jumble of letters to pop into the middle.It's harder than you'd think given we can apparently read jumbled nonsense.(I discovered this is called typoglycemia and is arguably inaccurate. But I digress!)Words Brain Challenge comes from the same developer as 4 Letter Words and the other games in its series, but what's cool about this one is it has a variation of difficulties all in one place.Instead of having to download all the separate X Letter Words apps, which I covered in my Apps World games round-up, you can play with four letter words up to seven letter words all in one game.Good practice if you want to improve your Scrabble skills!Download Words Brain Challenge free on Google Play.
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2、Lyxo(Paid games to play for free)Lego has announced a partnership with Rovio to make Angry Birds construction sets.These Angry Birds-based Lego sets will be available to buy in spring 2016 alongside the launch of The Angry Birds Movie. So the sets will be related specifically to the film rather than the games.Unfortunately, we don't have any images or even any more details on these construction sets other than that. All we know is that they exist, or they will do, soon enough.It shouldn't be too much of a surprise, really. Consider that Angry Birds is the biggest mobile game out there and Lego tends to make construction sets based on big franchises. It was only a matter of time, really.Still, it's cool that's happening. But what we really want to know is whether or not this will lead to an Lego Angry Birds video game.We'd play that. And we're sure you would to. Maybe you could even play as the mean piggies for once and have to build forts out of Lego blocks to protect yourself from the birds. We'll have to keep this in the realm of dreams for now but, hey, it may happen.
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2、DeNA has made a few small changes to Pokemon Masters following the release of the latest Battle Villa yesterday. This includes a Welcome Back Rally, New Supercourse Difficulty and Background Music Changes. Nothing overly substantial then unless you happen to be a returning player. From today until May 1st there will be a Welcome Back Rally that is aimed at players who haven't played the game for 30 days or more. For each player, it will last for 30 days depending on when they sign into Pokemon Masters during the event period. Pokemon Masters cheats, tips - How to beat Battle Villa #3This will include a variety of log-in bonuses and special missions for them to complete. Whilst this is undoubtedly great news for anyone thinking of coming back to the game, it's sure to annoy those who've not stopped playing since release who will likely see this as their loyalty to Pokemon Masters being ignored.Elsewhere, five existing Supercourses have been given Super Hard difficulty options that will offer increased rewards compared to their easier counterparts, alongside an added challenge. The added courses include:Level-Up SupercourseStrike SupercourseTech SupercourseSupport SupercourseCoin SupercourseFinally, a cute addition to the game is the inclusion of retro background music to some areas of the game. From my brief time tapping around this included the Pokemon Center, the Team page and when you tap Explore. We're talking the original Game Boy versions of these tunes here so it's a lovely little nostalgic nod to those times. They won't be around for long though, with this expected to end tomorrow on 2nd April.Pokemon Masters is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.Looking for friends in Pokemon Masters? We've got over 800 of them waiting for you