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Game Description :
Brush up on your “i after e” rules as you strive to become the world’s best (and possibly most annoying) typo finder! Typochondria puts you in the role of a book editor tasked with finding and fixing all of the misspellings in some very sloppy writing.
Game Features :
Random sentence and typo generation leads to… unconventional word combinations.
MULTIPLE GAME MODES
Play how you want to play. Sip a nice chai tea as you play the endless Zen mode or take on the Challenge mode to really test your mettle.
FOUR DIFFERENT BOOK GENRES
Choose from either Crime, Sci-Fi, Romance or Non-Fiction, each with their own unique vocabulary, sentence structures, and ridiculous generated sentences.
Compete with other people around the globe for bragging rights as the best spelling corrector around.
PAY ONCE, PLAY FOREVER
No ads or premium currencies. Try out the Crime genre for free, and pay once per genre or bundle to unlock all of the other content (including any new play modes and other content updates).
Additional Information :
- Size 62.3 MB
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
- Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
User Reviews :
I downloaded this randomly on a whim, and I’m obsessed. As a closet grammar Nazi, finding the errors is so satisfying. I especially love how you can have it timed for a challenge, or you can just “Zen” out with an endless, untimed session to relax. The premise is definitely not for everyone, but the audience this is directed towards will be delirious with joy!
I wanted a game that would actually challenge my proofing skills. It increases in speed as you go along, and the words have obvious letters that don’t belong and are easy to spit. These don’t necessarily enhance your proofing skills. In fact, if you are proofing a paper, you shouldn’t speed through it. I understand that it’s a game, and the speed of which you respond makes it more of a challenge, but this is not what I was looking for when I downloaded the game. The Zen mode is a nice option, but it shouldn’t be endless. Give it a time limit, too, or set different levels in Normal mode, so that you can advance to a higher level if you wish to play at a faster pace.
The game really has potential, but falls a little flat. It gets boring and repetitive after 10 minutes or so, and that’s coming from a total grammar nazi. I love the idea the game takes of being a book editor, but this game just feels like it’s missing something. Wouldn’t spend money on it. I hope they make something more out of the premise in the future. Maybe a full, in depth game instead of an arcade style? Or at least make it more detailed and less repetitive somehow?
Who would think that finding typos could be so much fun! Great game, very smooth app, a joy to play.
This game is not only fun, it sharpens your mind. It actually should improve your reading speed as you play. Trust me, I’m a doctor.
I, a man known to some as Rizzo, enjoyed this game and the time the developer took to make it
This game is nothing like the fun game it looks like. It is just words which are clearly misspelled, like “ojver” that you have to click. There are no punctuation, capitalization, or incorrect usage of words errors. As I said in the beginning, “Absolutely awful.”
elegant smooth design, a fresh concept! for those of us who are offended by signs with inexplicable apostrophe’s. honest and respectful use of the free to play model.
Developer Response ,
Thanks for the kind words, and thanks for playing Typochondria!
Chester Monty Games
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