Microsoft’s puzzle game Snap Attack now available for Windows Phone and Windows 8.1

Hammad Saleem

Snap Attack

Yesterday, it was reported that Microsoft’s new puzzle game Snap Attack will go live on the Windows Phone Store, as well as the Windows Store, today. It seems that report was correct as the game has made its official appearance in the Windows Store and Windows Phone store. 

“Wordament Snap Attack is a brand-new, fast-paced word-building tournament that challenges your brain in 2 1/2-minute rounds. Players from around the world compete on the same board, using the same clock, making as many Snaps as possible. At the end of each round, a real-time leaderboard shows how all participants ranked by score,” according to the app description.

As a player, you have two and a half minutes, and your task is to create as many snaps as possible in the given time. Snaps are basically the words you create — the more words you create during the given time, the higher your score will be. At the end of time, it shows you a real-time leaderboard with all the participants ranked by score. It comes with Xbox Live support as well, and you can even connect your Microsoft or Facebook account to keep track of your scores.

It’s a very addictive and challenging game, so if you are up for it, head over to the respective stores and download the game. Let us know how you like it!