Four Letters is a free app of fun word games. It is not for young children, but it is a fun one for school age kids who have certain vocabulary already. All words in the games are 4 letter words. Think it will be easy? Try it out. It is fast paced fun vocabulary game that the family can play together. You can even set up a competition among family members.
The game play is quite easy. The player is given 4 letters to make a word. There are more than one words you can make with the same 4 letters, and any of them will move you to the next set of 4 letters. For example, with letters I, P, S, and T, you can put Spit, you can also put Pits. The player is timed, and you can see how much time you have.
Once the session is done, player can see his/her session score. Also shown on the screen is another word you can make with the last set of 4 letters.
There is a statistics section where you can see your performance: how many words you have made in total, how many unique words you made, how many games you played, etc. If you connect to your Facebook, you can also compare your score with your friends.
Here is the introduction on App Store:
These are the words of FOUR LETTERS.
We give you four letters, and you make a word as quickly as you can.
Keep making words to increase your score. The challenge increases the longer you last.
Once time runs out, have another go! FOUR LETTERS is the endless word puzzle that you’ll play for E-V-E-R!
– Multiple answers to questions. Get creative!
– Thousands of possible letter combinations
– Leaderboards so you can compete and compare scores with friends
– A Dictionary where you can view all the words you’ve made
Four Letters is free to download and to play. But the free version has advertising in it. Users can disable the ads via a one-time in-app purchase. It is available for both Apple devices and Android devices.
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Looking for more word games for kids, and even young children can play? Check out 14 Best Spelling Learning Tools for Kids, where you will find many fun interactive word learning games for kids from toddler and preschool age to school age.