Unfortunately, there are no hints provided like in the TV show, but the game will let you know when you're close to discovering the word. When you guess letters correctly, a green light will confirm that the guess and its location were correct, but getting a letter right and its position wrong will provide just a yellow circle. Your job is to solve as many words as you can--with a max of five--in three minutes to rack up those bonus points, or Oodles to trade in for real prizes.
The game features weekly leader boards as well to spur competition. Lingo is a light, mentally-flexing word puzzle game that fits those quick sessions on lunch break perfectly or, if you're into mildly funny comedians-turned-game show hosts, along with the show. Oh, and it's coming to iPhone and Android devices soon, too.
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