PRLog - Apr. 23, 2014 - WESTON-SUPER-MARE, U.K. -- USA Today Txtpert, which is based on a board game concept created by Games Play UK Ltd, challenges players with a twist on traditional crossword puzzles - the clues have been replaced with numbers. Similar to "texting" on a mobile phone, players can decode these numeric clues by referencing the telephone-style number pad that is included with the puzzle. For example, the number 2 could be the letters A, B or C because those are the letters found on the number 2 key. The clue for the word "cat" would be the number 228 but those same numbers also spell out the word "bat."
USA Today Txtpert challenges players to solve crossword puzzles, but first they must solve the clue, which makes for an interesting twist, Fans of crossword puzzles, brainteasers and logic games are going to enjoy the challenge that Txtpert provides.
In the mobile game from Namco, players use the phone's text-friendly keypad to enter letters as quickly as possible. The mobile game also features two unique word games, Txtword and Down-word. Txtword Mode requires players to complete a crossword puzzle in a limited amount of time. Down-Word Mode requires players to complete words as they drop down from the top of the screen. Clear them out before they reach the top of the screen or its game over. Each puzzle includes words from one of 33 genres.
This game was originally developed by Games Play UK and is now available for download on mobile phones all over the world. So go on, download and play the fun and addictive Txtpert today!
For further info please contact Games Play UK, as they will be happy to give you further details on this great game.