iVolution – the evolving word game

Posted 22 March 2013 by

From the husband and wife team that created “Chain of Thought” and “RhymieStymie” comes “iVolution – the evolving word game!”

iVolution is easy to pick up but hard to put down.

You start with a 2 letter word seed like “AN” and use it to build a word like “FANTASTIC.” Then you select 2 letters from your word, and those letters become the next word seed for your opponent.

The words keep evolving, back and forth, a piece of your word becoming part of your opponent’s word, then a piece of their word becoming part of your next word.

iVolution is incredibly simple yet incredibly addicting. So what are you waiting for? It’s time to join the revolution in word evolution!

*7 different power-ups

*2 single player modes

*2 “Pass ‘n Play” modes

*2 turn-based multiplayer online modes

*Tons of achievements to earn

*Multiple leaderboards so you can compare your scores with the world

*Help videos to get you quickly playing like a pro

We really hope you enjoy our new game. We’d love to hear from you. So please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Thanks and best wishes,
Jay & Julia

4 Opinions have been expressed on “iVolution – the evolving word game”

  1. Mary Lou commented:

    Please advise. I volition on my mini-iPad won’t define wods like this game does on my iPhone. -……please tell me know how this can be fixed…. I really like the feature. Thanks….

    • admin commented:

      Hi Mary Lou,

      Apple does not include a dictionary by default in iOS 7. You now have to download one before any of the dictionary functions will work in any app under iOS 7. Here are the steps you need to take to get it working again:

      1) Press the dictionary button in iVolution.

      2) Tap the blue word “Manage” on the lower left of the pop up screen.

      3) Download either (or both) the “New Oxford American Dictionary” or “Oxford Dictionary of English” by tapping on the Cloud icon to the right of option. For some unknown reason, the “Apple Dictionary” does NOT work!

      4) After the dictionary downloads, tap the blue arrow “<” on the top left of the screen.

      5) Tap the word “Done” on the top right of the screen. The next time you use the dictionary button, you will now see a definition.

      I don’t know why Apple has made this so complicated in iOS 7.

      Please let me know if you have any more trouble with this.

      Best wishes,
      Jay

  2. Crafty Girl commented:

    Can not open the games above. I downloaded them ok
    The app is for ipad..
    Thanks

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