Meet the latest outstanding weapon to fight boredom – it’s the Four Images One Word quiz mobile app. Honestly, although it’s simple, it’s not an easy game that will quickly lose its relevance. You really need to stay focused and use your brain to be successful in this game. Not every game in the App Store can boast this. The gameplay is as follows – you have to understand and correctly guess what the four shown pictures have in common. With every right answer, you get coins that you can exchange for hints or to buy new Level packs. Coins can also be purchased via Apple In-App Purchases within the app.




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The gameplay of Four Images One Word app is interesting. You will see up to four images on the screen, and your goal is to guess what they have in common. We want to warn you – it won’t be effortless!


You don’t have to worry about the quantity of levels. Four Images One Word has many different levels combined in level packs. You can purchase them with internal currency – coins – which you earn by giving the right answers. As for the level packs – you may choose different topics and complexity.


Of course, this kind of mobile application doesn’t have to be altruistic. You have to earn money with their help. Four Images One Word has built-in purchases. People can buy any number of coins that they want to use to purchase hints or level packs. People will need one or another eventually, so it’s a winning strategy.


Unlike many similar applications available on the market today, Four Images One Word is a client-server application and is able to control the levels remotely, without updating the client application in the App Store. This made for quite an interesting task for our iOS app developers. The administrator can control the levels and combine them into the level packs. Each level pack can be downloaded by the user in the archive, which reduces the amount of traffic on the mobile device.


iOS Developer
Oksana Kovalchuk
Backend Developer
Vladimir Grevtsev
UI Designers
Alex Zavrazhniy
Andrey Tsapko
Quality Assurance
Elena Milshina
Project Manager
Alex Zavrazhniy
Release Date
November 21, 2014