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Toytek

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Puzzle

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Summary

10 STAND ALONE GAMES IN THIS APP!. Try the 1st for FREE!
Test your vocabulary to it's limits using cryptic clues, hints and jigsaw jumbles. These will help you with the more obscure words in the game.
You don't have to buy all the games in the series to enjoy each one fully as a stand alone game.

American spelling is accepted as an alternate spelling.

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In 1987, The Ultimate Alphabet was a publishing phenomenon. A New York Times & Sunday Times bestseller, the puzzle book by Mike Wilks featured 26 beautifully painted images, each of which jam-packed with items starting with each letter of the alphabet.

Now on the iPad it’s a fully interactive hidden object puzzle game for the next generation to get their minds in a twist over. It will keep you mentally agile and test your vocabulary and general knowledge to its limits, that’s a guarantee!

Abbey, apricot, atlas, artilleryman, ammunition, aardvark, autogyro, astrolabe, aryballos, amputee and the Egyptian god Anubis are a few examples of the 362 words you might find in the letter A.

Cryptic clues, hints and jigsaw jumbles are there to help the player with the more obscure words in the game.

The cryptic clues, which are in the crossword style, have been written by Philip Marlow and Brian Dungate. Philip is a regular setter for The Financial times, The Telegraph and The Independent.

Coins, medals and trophies are awarded for the level of achievement; this will depend on the amount of help received for completing each of the individual letters. All the words in the game have been grouped into the 45 categories ranging from Flags to Food to Mineralology and Weapons.

The first persons who achieve a perfect gold trophy for one of the letters (A-D) will win a signed copy of The Ultimate Alphabet by Mike Wilks. Toytek has four signed copies one for each letter.


 

http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/the-ultimate-alphabet/id357031202?mt=8#

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