Cheat Some Offers to Help Draw Something Players
April 30, 2012 in Games
[prMac.com] Saskatoon, Canada - A new iPhone and iPad app has been released to help players of the social phenomenon Draw Something. Unlike other games like poker or baseball where cheating is generally frowned upon, Draw Something is based on cooperative play, which makes cheating actually beneficial to both players. "Besides," adds Heagy, "not everyone knows what the hell a 'tebow' is."
"Playing fair," says Nate Heagy, creator of Cheat Some, the just-released assistance app for Draw Something players, "is a real pain in the ass."
Unlike other games like poker or baseball where cheating is generally frowned upon, Draw Something is based on cooperative play, which makes cheating actually beneficial to both players. "Besides," adds Heagy, "not everyone knows what the hell a 'tebow' is."
With Cheat Some it no longer matters if a player has the a given word in their vocabulary; Cheat Some knows all possible words, and can suggest them from the letters provided in the game. Available for free on the iTunes app store, the app can use 8 letters to find a solution, which is the same number of tiles remaining after using a 'bomb' from within Draw Something. A single in-app purchase unlocks the ability to use 12 letters.
In addition to the advanced word game cheating engine Heagy has honed for previous apps such as 'Word Descrambler', Cheat Some's graphics were created by Levi Myers who said, "Don't you dare print my name."
Cheat Some is available immediately on the iTunes app store for free, with a single in-app purchase on sale at $0.99 for a limited time.
* iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iOS 4.2 or later
* 3.2 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Cheat Some 1.0.2 is Free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category.
Located in Saskatoon, Canada, Nate Heagy has been making applications for Macs and iOS devices for several years. Copyright (C) 2012 Nate Heagy. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.