App of the Week: Draw Something

By Jessica Johnson-Petty
March 13, 2012

Ready to get creative and challenge your friends? Draw Something created by OMGPOP proves itself to the App Store and the Market by pleasing its users beyond expectation.

Draw Something was founded in January 2012. The App Store reported that Draw Something was voted the No. 1 free app, No.1 paid app, and No.1 world game in over 40 countries. This app was declared the most popular social drawing and guessing game amongst users. If you play the game one time, it will become your next healthy technology ad- diction.

Draw Something is similar to Pictionary, allowing users to draw on their handset and guess what their friends are drawing

Connect to Facebook and Twitter to play your friends and followers that are drawing things too. If you don’t use either, you can find someone through email, username or find a random match.

Don’t fret, there is no previous drawing experience required. Whether you draw stick figures or if you are a little Picasso, anyone can draw and guess; the worse the drawing, the funnier the game.

You are in control of the level that you want to draw choosing either easy, medium or hard. You have your opponent guess by choosing out of the three levels.

When you guess the drawing correct, you get the points allotted from one to three points, de- pending on the level of difficulty.

Once you get a certain amount of points you can buy more colors to enhance your drawings.

One of the objectives is to rally back and forth in order to gain the most turns.

You can also buy bombs with the money you obtain. Bombs are the explosive way to take way extra letters that have you completely puzzled.

Draw Something is available for a free download for the Andriod OS 2.3+ and Apple’s iOS 4.0, iPhone 3GS+ and the iPAD 1, 2, and 3.


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