"LettersFall 110%™" - Android/HTML5 - Playable - Help Test!

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  1. JeZ-l-Lee

    JeZ-l-Lee New Member

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    Hi,

    Finishing up a new AppGameKit 2 2-D video game called:
    "LettersFall 110%™"

    Game will be released later this month on Google Play for Android smartphones/tablets & also HTML5.
    We have a nearly fully operational alpha version ready to be tested.

    Game is a word spelling educational game for children, teenagers, & adults.
    It's a cross between the video game Tetris and the board game Scrabble.

    Please visit below URL for the HTML5 version(a button on title screen will bring up game on Google Play)
    http://16bitsoft.com/files/LettersFall110Percent/HTML5/LettersFall110Percent.html
    Let us know if you find any issues or have any suggestions for improvement.

    Thanks!

    Some screenshots:
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  2. tmcarey

    tmcarey New Member

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    I enjoyed playing your game. I have a few suggestions for you that I hope you'll implement.
    1. Letters should be able to be removed by pressing the (green) selected letter, rather than the back arrow.
    2. Words should have to be next to each other instead of selecting any letter from anywhere (makes it more difficult).
    3. Letters should reach a lower maximum height before the game ends.
    4. Letters should fall faster (or perhaps different game difficulties).
    5. Letters could (not needed) fall in random areas instead.
    I found it enjoyable, but not at all challenging. As I sat there doing nothing, waiting for the game to end, a bomb came down and made the game last way longer than it should've, even without my input.

    Great job getting it out there, I hope you get a lot of downloads
     

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