2 Photo Clues - another Android quiz, which in Google Play can be found in large numbers in various design options, and the goal in them is always the same. Analyze the proposed images and insert into the special field a word that brings together the original pictures. Moreover, all the letters that can be used to compose a word are already present, but among them, of course, there are also superfluous. After the correct answer, a new stage is automatically launched and so on, the game, by and large, is infinite. If necessary, you can use the zoom to view the small elements in the illustrations, which in the end can help to give the right answer. Provided, of course, and a system of tips, but the function is expensive, as it costs a lot of game money. The complexity increases gradually, from one chapter to the next. The project 2 Photo Clues is, in our opinion, too primitive if compared with analogues, for example, "4 photo 1 word", although the Second Gear Games studio can not be called a rookie in the mobile industry. Halt, brothers! It's good that the images are of a rather high quality, which allows you to actually look at small elements rather than large pixels when zooming in. About the audio support the creators, it seems, completely forgot, as the whole gameplay takes place in absolute silence. Fortunately, there is a Russian localization, and you do not have to peek at Google Translate.
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