It’s time to use your words in Letter Quest Remastered
By Stark Wyvern On 26 Nov, 2017 At 03:37 PM | Categorized As Featured, NINTENDO, Reviews, Reviews, ROG News | With 0 Comments

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In Letter Quest Remastered which is out now for Nintendo Switch, its time to actually use your words. This game may seem rudimentary but it is full of charm and fun. You simply need to create words with letters given, and that will give you attacks. These attacks are important because without them, you will never make it out alive. This game has you complete words to make it out of different areas and to defeat monster after monster.

The words can often be weak simply because of the letters given to you. Usually you are one letter away from a truly great word and that can be troubling. But, use all you can and you should make it out alive.This game has plenty of achievements to unlock, some which may take you some time simply because the letters are always random. The challenges of course can often be very easy, but of course do get harder and that is something that makes achieving them feel all the more special. You aren’t sure what the next challenge will be until its there and that is certainly part of the fun.

There is alot of game to play, with harder monsters appearing as you continue. Though you can replay levels to gain money which you can use to buy upgrades. To me, this game would be perfect for a kid learning, because it tends to be just the right amount of game and work. There is also an endless mode for those interested. This is of course a simple endless fight, where you must see how far you get. Spell as many words as you can without dying to see how far you really can go.

All in all this game is certainly worth its price and it just might teach you a thing or two. Very often we don’t exercise these powers in our daily lives after school, and sometimes you just want to work on your vocabulary. Plus, if you do have young kids, you can play and they can learn words and definitions! This game may not be the greatest but it does something that not many do. It really makes words a force to be reckoned with and in my book that makes this game worth while. Plus, it really is well designed and there are some decent characters. If you like playing as the grim reaper and are fond of words, Letter Quest Remastered, may just be for you!

 

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