When I first tested Ordet for a review, it reminded me of the television game show ‘countdown’, where users are presented with a series of letters, in order to create words. Ordet has the same concept, where users are presented with a set of seven letters that need to be rearranged into words. Once the longest word is created, users can progress to the next level. For those users who are simply lost for word creations, the ‘give up’ feature will reveal all the possible word formations.
Ordet is an easy to use and challenging game that can be enjoyed by the whole family. It’s also an ideal app for enticing children and teenagers to build upon their vocabulary and literacy skills. For those competitive game players out there who think they know their words but happen to stumble across an unknown word creation, the in-app word finder presents you with the definition. Ordet also has a simple design layout with catchy sound effects, making it easy to play.
For all those app users out there looking for their next word game to download, Ordet may fit the bill perfectly! Well, it would be a perfect bill had it of been free to purchase so on the down side, Ordet does come with a price tag steeper than some of its competitors. However, overall it measures up well against other apps within this category.