Step 1. Enter Your Letters (all lower case):
Step 2. Amount of Letters in Answer:
Photo Quiz Cheats & Answers : VIDEOS
There have been several types of these Photo Quiz games that have sprung up over the past coupel of months on both the Google Play and Apple Markets. Typically these games will display 4 photos and they will all have one thing in common. You will be given 12 letters to use as clues, and it will show the amount of letters the answer will require. It is your job to then view all of the photos, and figure out what they have in common for the answer. The problem is, when you are stumped trying to find the answer to the Photo Quiz levels, you are sometimes forced to use your coins, which will ultimately cost you real money if you over use them. We advise that you use our Photo Quiz cheats and answers app here to get past the next level instead of using your precious coins!
Introducing the Photo Quiz Cheats & Answers Solution!!!
To use the Photo Quiz answers app, simply enter the letters that you are given in the clue in the four pictures game. NOTE: MAKE SURE YOU USE ALL lowercase letters OR ELSE IT WILL NOT WORK. Then, select the bubble that shows the amount of letters the answer word is. In rare instances the answer word will be over 8 letters long, so we apologize in advance if that is the case. When you press 'Enter' the app will scavenge the english dictionary and present you all possible combinations of answers that can be used for that level of the Photo Quiz game. This website is 100% free, and will never charge you coins! We hope you like the Photo Quiz Cheats & Answers guide. Thanks for using!
Photo Quiz – What’s the Word?
Are you looking for a game that is easy, but challenging at the same time? Apprope has delivered another thought provoking word game in the form of “Photo Quiz – What’s the Word?” The concept of the game is simple. Look at four pictures and find the one common element.
There is one set of four pictures for each level. Located underneath the four pictures are a line of blank boxes to place your answer in. Below the answer line are 12 white tiles with one letter in each tile. You count how many blank boxes there are in the answer line to determine how many letters are in the word you are seeking. One white letter tile can be placed in one blank box. If you change your mind, it is easy to correct. Just click on the white letter tile that you don’t want to include in your answer, and it returns to the collection of white tiles.
As soon as you have spelled the correct word, the game immediately plays a little tune which repeats at each level you answer correctly. You are also flashed an encouraging phrase when you win. For each correct answer you are given three coins, which you can later spend for answers hints.
If you answer incorrectly, then you hear a special tone for “WRONG” as well as the word “WRONG” appearing on the screen. It seems that you have unlimited chances to answer incorrectly. If you want to use a hint, then you press the yellow bomb tile. One letter tile is blown up or disappears from the collection of white letter tiles. A hint cost 100 coins. I only had enough coins for one hint before the game was informing me that I could spend real money to buy coins or I could perform different actions to receive FREE coins.
When you install the game, you are given two free categories to play. They are easy and medium. If you want to play more, you need to either purchase additional categories, or play the same level with the same pictures all over again.
At the beginning of the game you are dealing with nouns, so basically you must look at the four pictures and decide on what noun all the pictures are showing. Later, you move to verbs and concepts. Here is a real example: The level showed a bee hive, a koi, a blueberry, and a forest. The first word that came to mind was “food,” and there were the right letters to spell “food.” I immediately received “WRONG” on the screen, along with the “WRONG” tone sounding. Try as I might, I could not come up with the correct answer. I did finally find the correct answer on a website. It was “bear.” Since no directions come with the game, I didn’t realize that the answers go from nouns to concepts, and I had moved into the “concept” level. The common element in that level was “bear.” A bee hive, a fish, and blueberries are all eaten by bears. The picture of the woods showed where a bear lives. Granted, “food” would have also worked, but it was not the answer the game was looking for.
Photo Quiz –What’s the Word was fun to play at first, but I decided not to spend my real money on coins, when there are lots of FREE games to be played. ENJOY!