Well, whoever is a fan of puzzles out here is going to have awesome next few minutes just because the magician of this game is present between us right now. If you solve every puzzle everyday from your newspapers and dive on to any single puzzle you find in your spare time, then introduction is not the right word for David L. Hoyt. The most syndicated puzzle creator of America who currently is working with hundreds of daily newspapers provides them with puzzles on a regular basis that serve millions of intelligent minds across the country. But we’re today here to celebrate not his accomplishments but yet another success of his. He has come out with another app and it’s nothing short of what we call “Brand David”. So let’s check it out and open up some more screws of our rusted system.

The name of this new iOS app is Just 2 Words and is strongly resembles its name in practice. The app has been developed by Adveractive and the credit for the concept goes to David. The app is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch and iPad and requires iOS 5.1 or any later version of the OS. The app has also been optimized for iPhone 5.

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As I said, the game completely adapts to its name. There are a number of puzzles and each puzzle is based on a simple pattern. First, you are given two different images stacked to each other. They are completely different and have absolutely no relation to each other. But here’s the twist. Each image depicts something unique and you have to take out that unique thing from the mind of David and write it down in the empty blocks given at the bottom of the screen. But make sure that though there’s nothing of a relationship between those two images, there must be a unique relation between those two words. The relation can be anything from the name of a famous personality or any word used a lot in culture.

The app is great in many ways. First, you can spend hours playing it and you’ll never get bored of it. Second, the stakes of difficulty are generally higher in most of the questions and you’ll learn a lot in the journey. Third, there are letters already available to you jumbled up and you have to find the right combination. So it’s a good spelling practice for little children. Also, you earn coins with each puzzle completed and you can earn more of them without any hard work by opting for in-app purchases. They may range from a dollar to $20. These coins are valuable because you can use them to take hints from David himself for puzzles you find difficult to solve.

The app is available for free in the App Store and I think it’s a must have game for any puzzle lover out there.

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