From Fredrik Wahrman:
Associate This: USA is a word association game, where the goal of the game is to guess which words, or phrases, are associated to the other words in the game. Every word is associated to at least two other words, and the associations are meant to be things that you come to think of upon hearing the word.
As the name says, the game is USA themed, the associations in the games are different states, presidents, landmark or other USA related topics.
For example, you might start off the level with for instance "Western US States" which would show up with four different associations, Washington, Oregon, California and Nevada. These associations would of course be hidden initially, so they would show up as "---------- (10)", "------ (6)", "---------- (10)" and "------ (6)". When you would correctly reveal one of these associations then that word would in turn lead to other new words, California might for instance lead to Hollywood and Los Angeles while Nevada could lead to Gambling, Las Vegas, etc.
Your progress in the game is scored according to how many words you have guessed correctly, or if you have words that you have revealed partially you'll also get points for those. By collecting enough points you'll be rewarded with both medals and a bonus mode.
You can also keep track of how you are doing against all other players by submitting your scores online, this will show you your current rank in the level compared to all other players.
The gameplay in Associate This is simple and intuitive, simply just click on a word to enter your guess. If the word is correct it will be revealed, or if any of the starting characters are correct, then those will be revealed so that you'll have a chance of guessing what it is based on those.
To speed up play you can enter your words by clicking on a word which you have already guessed correctly. If you do that then your guess will be matched against every word associated from that one.
If you want access to more levels then please download Associate This (for FREE)