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Tetris and Scrabble inspired puzzler Crobble is out now on iPhone

By , on May 23, 2014
Last modified 4 years, 1 month ago

If you've ever felt that Scrabble just isn't lively enough, or that Tetris doesn't contain enough words, Crobble may be the game for you.

Released yesterday on the App Store, Crobble aims to blend the best of both classic puzzlers. You tap on a series of falling lettered-tiles to create words, at which point the letters disappear and net you points.

There's a point goal which must be reached in order to pass the level. As with Tetris block, however, if your pileof letters reaches the top of the screen, your game is over. More points can be won by collecting power ups or using modifier tiles.

Bombs also fall, so make sure to blow them up to create precious space for more letters.

The gravitational pull can be changed with a quick tilt of your device – which should be a game-changer if things become a little cluttered.

There are three different game modes in which to get your Crobble on. Arcade is Crobble's standard mode, containing 100 stages of normal speed traditional gameplay.

You can also connect with Facebook friends to challenge each other's scores on the Arcade leaderboard.

Head on over to the App Store where Crobble is available as a free download right now.

[App Store link]