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STOP! App Review

by Chandler Patrick, Sports Editor

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Publisher: Fanatee

Rating: 7/10

Price: Free with in-app purchases

Compatible with: iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch

 

“Quick! What’s a human body part that starts with the letter U!” If someone screams this at you, they might just be playing the new game “Stop!” Drop your Angry Birds and lose those Candy Crushes; it’s time to make room for another hot game.

Developed by Fanatee, “Stop!” Offers a fun, fast paced thinking game for kids and adults alike. Playing against a partner you have a specific amount of time to put answers into five different categories. The catch? All of the words have to start with the same letter.

The game gets real frustrating when your partner stops the turn early and you’re halfway through typing a really good word. Categories can range from “Major U.S Cities” to “Things You Keep in Your Pocket.”

The game features the ability to find and play with friends using Facebook, nicknames and Game Center. However, it’s incredibly annoying when app developers don’t release their games to Android users, which Fanatee didn’t. This game is sadly only available for Apple products.

On the upside, the game offers XP gains and level-up opportunities as well as the ability to play in multiple different languages such as French or even Brazillian Portuguese.

With an overall ranking of #2 trivia games and a 4.5 rating on the App Store, the small technical issues with “Stop!” don’t compare to its overall fun time and great gameplay. Give it a download- and try not to throw your phone.

 

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