Think Game Review (Philips Xenium W8510): Brilliant Logic Game, With Minimalistic Styling (Video)

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  • 19 Aug 2014
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  • It’s very hard to find a review for the game Think for Android apparently, even though the game is brilliant. I’ve tested this game on the Philips Xenium W8510, one of the handset with the biggest batteries out there. The game was launched in February and it’s available for free.

    The purpose of the game is to guess a word, based on the visual hints shown on the screen. You will get minimalistic images, symbols and synonyms to work with. You can ask a friend for help and use a few hints provided by the game for free, or buy more if you want. The background music is nice, also minimalistic and electronic. There are 360 puzzles available, 30 chapters to play with and this game actually teaches you how to think visually.

    There are short clips showing actions, definitions and other new types of identification mechanisms before each chapter and every one brings a new theme, be it actions, gestures, movies, feelings and more. Think is addictive, fun, smart and very well designed, plus it has a superb learning curve, that doesn’t frustrate anyone. We give it a solid 9 out of 10 and you can download it here.



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