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*special app launch introduction promotion price *This is the rotating letters and words board game international, a rotating word puzzle game. Ever wanted to play a letter and words game in multiple languages at once. Here it is. You can try to find words of any of the following 5 languages: English, French, Spanish, German, Italian.About the game:Ancient books had been shred. Its up to you to put hem together again by connecting letters to words. You do not need to be a bookworm but it might be helpful if you are. But avoid being to hectic by building to many short words spilling ink. If letters have ink spots try to remove them as fast as possible. If the ink settles of to neighbooring letters your challenge is over. If special letters are being removed a bonus will appear. Dont you let get confused by rotating letters.Connect adjacent Letters to words. The longer the word the higher the score you get. Click the last selected letter again to try to remove it. If it is a valid word the selected letters will fall down and new letters will from above. Use the capabilities of your iPhone / iPod touch. Turn it to change the fall direction thus getting new possibilities using advanced tactical moves. Your stuck. Shake it to get new letters. But pay attention to ink blots. If the ink stains get to big before you can remove the letter the game is over.Unlimited Level with a comprehensive English vocabulary. If you think that there is any important word missing that really needs to be in mail us and we evaluate if we can insert it into an updated version of the program. Bonus fields:Heart: 500 points extraCloverleaf: twice the score-touch an empty place to start a new word-touch any previous selected letter to change the length of your selection-touch the last selected letter again to ask for word removal