When word puzzle lovers discover the Just 2 Words app, they quickly fall in love with it.
Hundreds of thousands of players have installed the FREE app and they've played the game over 30 million times!
Now the original app is joined by a new sibling in the app stores -- Just 2 Words Plus!
This pair of apps contains more than 1,800 David L. Hoyt original puzzles.
Every puzzle is fun. Every puzzle gives players great "AHA!" moments when they discover David's two-word answers!
Hours and hours of mind-stimulating entertainment.
Try the FREE apps today!
This FREE App is utterly simple to play and fun for players of any age!
Over 1,600 puzzles! Can you solve them all? Every puzzle's answer is just 2 words -- a common pairing ("BROWNIE POINTS"), a famous person's name ("ELTON JOHN"), or a fun word combination that is forehead-slappingly apparent when you figure out David's picture clues!
Super easy to play. Try the free app today! (store links below)
This is the most enjoyable picture + word game ever!
"Playing this game will result in mental stimulation, increased vocabulary and hours and hours of fun." -- Review by The iPhone Mom
Begin playing Just 2 Words today. You'll love it!
Every answer is just 2 words and every puzzle is brain stimulating fun!
Do you have a creative mind? Would you enjoy word puzzles crafted by America's MOST POPULAR daily word puzzle creator? If so, this brand new app is perfect for you!
This "PLUS" app begins with David's mega-hit app "Just 2 Words" and adds new word-puzzle types. The new types include anagrams, synonyms, antonyms, rhyming words and more. Every answer continues to be just 2 words!
Get David L. Hoyt's Just 2 Words Plus today. Your brain will love it!
As the most-syndicated daily game creator in the world, David L. Hoyt is the self-confessed puzzled mind behind a long list of wildly-popular games, puzzles and brain-teasers. David’s most famous games include Jumble™, Word Roundup™, Pat Sajak’s Lucky Letters™, Word Winder™, Up & Down Words™ and Boggle BrainBusters.™ His games appear in 600+ newspapers, including USA Today, New York Daily News, Chicago Tribune and Los Angeles Times.
For more about The Man Who Puzzles America, click here!