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Review Think

Enozia Vakil
Interesting plot
Mediocre graphics
Yeah, that’s a weird name for an app, right? You probably are thinking what ‘Think’ is. Well, Think is a game where you put your thoughts to identify the picture given on the screen and answer it correctly with the answer pertaining to the quality described (action, abstract, etc).
Accompanied with the captivating music is the vast number of puzzles (over 360) scattered over 30 chapters, so we’re good there, and I can say the same thing about the gameplay. At first, the images shown in chapter 1 are pretty simple, displaying symbols of man, woman and child that anyone can guess. But as the chapters progress, the game gets harder, and hence more fun too. Try playing it with your friends and what you’ll be left with is at least an hour of fun, true story.
In case you are stuck at a particular symbol, you can take a hint (3 are provided for free, 1 extra when you log in from Facebook) from the brainiac Albert Einstein to provide a satisfying clue to the answer. If you answer something close to the right answer, Einstein will sometimes accept the answer if they mean almost the same, but will reject it and provide a small clue without taking up a hint for getting an idea of the answer. Now all of this is real sweet and good, but the fact that the pop-up ads keeping coming up every now and then really gets on your nerves after a while.
All in all, a pretty challenging game worth checking out, if and only if the persistent ads and limited hints are not a problem or you can remove them through an in-app purchase. Happy thinking!

Final ratings

Gameplay 7/10
Story 6/10
Graphics 7/10
Sound 7/10
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