Draw Something (iPhone Application) Reviews
Product Type: OMGPOP software for handheld and PDAs
Description:Developer: OMGPOP / Type: iPhone application
Newest Review: ... to the well known game Pictionary. To play Draw Something, you are given three choices of words to draw. These range from ... more
Customer Draw Something (iPhone Application) Reviews (3)
by - written on 03/10/12 (Very useful, 61 readings)
I decided to treat myself to an iPad 3 a couple of months ago, justifying it because it would be really useful for my studies as I could take it to tutorials and refer to my textbooks in PDF rather than carrying a number of back breakingly heavy books around with me every day. The iPad is great for that but of course I do use it for fun too! Draw Something is one of my favourite apps which I have downloaded and I have played it quite regularly since I got the iPad. Draw Something can be downloaded in a free version which includes some adverts which briefly show on screen before you click through to your turn. There is also a paid version but I only have the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/07/12 (Very useful, 47 readings)
I am the lucky owner of an iPad 3 that my husband treated me too and regularly I visit the app store to stock up on games and applications that I feel might be fun or might provide some sort of enhancement to my life in some way. One of the first games that I downloaded after setting up my iPad 3 was 'Draw Something' by OMGPOP. There were two versions available to me and I went for the paid version which is 69p (usually) and contains extra words and has no adverts at all. I have a number of games that I have paid for just because of the adverts as they do annoy the heck out of me. I personally feel that my 69p was well spent but if you're happy to put up with a few ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/07/12 (Very useful, 34 readings)
I have the Samsung S3 and recently browsed the Google Play App store for some Apps for my phone. My boyfriend has an App called Draw Something which I believe has been a very popular game, especially for iphone users which I what my boyfriend is. The game is free and only took a few seconds to download to my phone. An icon of a pencil with a blue background now appears under my Apps which is the actual game. ~ About the game ~ The game is by Zynga and the main game is drawing using your finger/stylus on the touch-screen. You will take it in turns with the other player to draw an item which appears on the list. The other player then watches you draw the ... Read the complete review
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