India, 25th February 2021, ZEXPRWIRE – Developed by a brand Pixe Studios, Connect Words is the latest up-to-date word game. It’s packed with more than 10000 levels. This fun word game is available now on Android devices.
Mobile gamers looking for an addictive and brain-taxing challenge should look no further than Word game from Pixe Studio. Offering more than ten thousand levels, Connect Words ensures players will always have a suitable challenge to test their word skills, enhance vocabulary and focus.
It’s suitable for challenge seekers of all ages and abilities. Players simply need to choose languages as this word game supports two languages – English and Turkish. Connect words can be enjoyed by word game experts looking to push their limits, by younger players looking to improve their vocabulary, focus, and IQ.
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Connect word features:
- 10000 + Levels
- FREE Updates
- Daily Free Spin to earn rewards.
- You can also buy coins.
- While closing, a game gets saved automatically. So you can continue at the same level.
- The game supports an offline version.
- As you will advance in levels, the difficulty will increase.
Connect words is the ideal way to stimulate the mind, improve brain speed and have fun solving challenges alone or in a group. Increasing difficulty will test even the best Word game player to the limit and ensure unlimited playthroughs to become a Word game expert.
“Connect Words is the perfect game for everyone who is a fan of word games, word puzzle games, or brain teasers. “Players of all ages can have rewarding fun solving these challenging alphabet soups!”
Connect words is just released on the play store and has received reviews from customers; with an impressive rating of 5 out of 5.
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About Pixe Studio
Based in India, Pixe Studio is a young and multidisciplinary team dedicated to developing and designing android apps.
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