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DescriptionWord and puzzle game lovers - the iPad cryptogram that will entertain and inspire you for hours!
Five star reviews
Very Good - Lots of fun! Give it a try.
Super Quality - Gets harder as you get better, great.
Good app - Hard to stop playing.
Be careful, Quoth PLUS is an addicting word puzzle. Use your know-how, intutition and determination to discover hidden quotes, sayings and pearls of wisdom. And don't forget pass on your favorites to friends and family.
T_e s_perior m_n t_inks _lw_ys of virt_e;
t_e common m_n t_inks of comfort.
Each puzzle features a quote from one of 50 categories ranging from sports, to movies to motivation to humor, even Oprah has her own category. Use your code breaking prowess to fill in all the missing letters; beginners have more clues and guesses; experts get fewer clues and compete against the clock.
Only _hos_ who ar_ asl__p mak_ no mis_ak_s.
If for some reason you get stuck on a puzzle, don't fret! You can press 'hint' or turn off the timer.
N_b_dy in f__tball sh__ld be _alled a geni_s.
A geni_s is a g_y like N_rman Einstein.
One last thing about Quoth: Whenever you discover a quote you find amazing you can instantly share it with friends via Facebook, Twitter, text or E-mail.
F_om _hat _e get, _e can make a living;
_hat _e give, ho_eve_, makes a life.
Here are some key features of Quoth PLUS:
※ Select one letter and all of the same letter are also selected
※ Whether your native English is American or the Queen's, you can play Quoth using the dictionary spelling you prefer
※ Keep track of your progress on Game Center
※ Forward quotes to your friends or favorite great quotes in the game for a future pick me up.
※ Over 50 categories of quotes, 10,000 quotes… or over 4 days of non-stop game play
※ Rankings - From Beginner to Quote Master (>1M points required)
※ Difficulty - free levels for the average enthusiast, hard and expert puzzles for the cryptogram crazies among us
Follow us on twitter @quoth1
Feel free to give us feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org
What the fool does in the end the wise
man does in the beginning.