Word game. It is a word game, which is a kind of puzzle game. Your goal is simple you should only make words from given letters. Combine the six letters on the screen to make as many words as you can. This is by no means an original concept, but it's been spruced up. The goal of every level is to get the six-letter word. Once you do that, you are allowed passage to the next level. At the beginning of each round you're given a set of letters and you have to make as many words out of those letters as possible within the two-minute time limit. Words that contain every available letter are called bingos, and you must score at least one bingo per round to advance to the next one. So you can start to train your brain.
Style and atmosphere inside the game:
You can learn new words using dictionary or by playing game. In this great game with five modes to choose from, there just isn't a whole lot of depth to Text Twist 2. You are playing to unlock 24 trophies, which include Dizzy and Bonkers and Bingos. You can enter words either by clicking on each letter with the mouse or typing them with the keyboard, and if you get stuck you can press the "Twist" button to scramble the letters around in the hopes that a new word reveals itself. There's also an untimed mode for those who prefer to play without any pressure, as well as three other modes that each offer a slight variation on regular gameplay. Word of the Day is a single round that offers a new word each day and can only be played once per day. In Lightning mode you're given five scrambled words and have to figure out what they all are before time runs out. Finally there's Crossword mode, which is a bit misleading. You aren't actually given clues to solve, but you do have to fill in a crossword-shaped grid of interlocking horizontal and vertical squares using words from the same set of letters. The sound and interface suit the game well.