Meet Jumbline 2, the most addictive word game in the App Store. Scramble and twist your brain to make words from jumbled lines of letters. Simply rearrange the scrambled letters into words, and underline them with your finger to score points; find and underline the largest word and you advance to the next level.
Play in a relaxing un-timed mode, or put your skills up against the clock in timed rounds.
Jumbline 2 includes two additional games: Cloud Pop and Star Tower. In Cloud Pop, your goal is to pop as many clouds as possible, by spelling words out of the letters carried in each cloud. In Star Tower, your task is to build the tallest tower you can, before it sinks into the ground, by making and staking words out of an infinitely jumbled line of letters. The larger the word, the slower your tower sinks, so scramble and twist your brain to think big!
Jumbline 2 is ideal for fans of Scrabble, Words With Friends, TextTwist. Play with friends and family cooperatively, or fly solo.
• Over 20,000 five, six, and seven letter puzzles
• Brainium's trademark underline input
• You can also tap the letter blocks to type
• Timed and untimed modes of play
• Learn new words with built-in dictionary
• Global and Friends leader boards
• Fun and challenging achievements
• Gorgeous animated themes
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We hope you enjoy Jumbline 2, and please contact our five star support if you have any questions :-)
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This is a great game. However, the word pool they draw from is completely random. Many real words are missing and many random, inconsistent forms of words are included/missing. Totally strange they don’t just use a real, modern dictionary. That is so annoying I’m looking for an alternative game.
Jul 13, 2021
This game is lots of fun to play and I've learned since new words. The rounds are challenging. Very addictive 😃👍
Jun 30, 2021
I really enjoy this game but more words need to be added. The same words constantly repeat. Please extend the words database!!!!!!
Jul 03, 2021
Thanks for opportunity to enjoy this exercise as an elder of 73 I practice daily for sharpness
Jul 05, 2021
Two or three anagrams with a cop of coffee certainly gets the brain cells moving. Would prefer single dictionary choice - like UK English - but am picking up the American vernacular slowly.
Sep 13, 2021