Just Jumble App features America’s Favorite Word Puzzles

[MobilePRwire] – Jumble: That Scrambled word game is played by millions of people every day (over 600 newspapers). Adveractive, Inc. and Tribune Content Agency, LLC are pleased to announce the arrival of the new Just Jumble Android app in the Google Play and Amazon app stores. Every Jumble puzzle has a fun and punny solution! Just Jumble, the first-ever free Jumble app, will delight word puzzle lovers all over the world.

Adveractive, Inc. and Tribune Content Agency, LLC are pleased to announce the arrival of the new Just Jumble Android app in the Google Play and Amazon app stores on May 20, 2014. This brand new free app will introduce millions of fans of the iconic daily Jumble brainteaser to a game version designed for maximum puzzle enjoyment on mobile and tablet devices.

Just Jumble is a fast playing, challenging new variant of the daily Jumble puzzles currently syndicated to over 600 newspapers, magazines and web sites. This app is utterly simple to play and fun for players of any age. These are the humorous puzzles that people have loved for 60 Years (yes, 2014 is a special anniversary year for Jumble: That Scrambled Word Game).

In Just Jumble, new players will enjoy the app’s unique play sequence – discovering a cartoon puzzle’s humorous solution is easier than ever! Long-time Jumble players will love tackling every aspect of these word puzzle masterpieces.

Puzzle creators David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek have chosen over 240 of their favorite Jumbles for the launch set of puzzles; and more will be added in frequent updates. Hoyt and Knurek, popularly known as the “Most Syndicated Puzzle Author & Illustrator Duo in the World,” appear in cartoon form in Just Jumble to encourage players and provide hints.

Features:
* Over 240 of the Best Jumble Puzzles
* Wonderful Hoyt & Knurek Hints for every puzzle – helping players that get stuck
* Every cartoon has a Fun and Punny Solution
* “Regular” Jumble words are un-jumbled in an optional Bonus Round
* High Resolution Cartoons look great on all devices

Just Jumble is the third release in the “Just” series of apps developed and published by Adveractive. The first app in the line is titled Just 2 Words and the second is a kid’s app named Just 2 Fun. Both previous apps feature puzzles by David L. Hoyt and they have been top downloads on iOS, Android and Nook devices.

Adveractive Inc. has been a leading developer of digital online games, download games and apps since 1995. Steve Bullock is the founder and President of Adveractive which is located in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2014 Adveractive Inc. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.

Tribune Content Agency (TCA) is a division of Tribune Publishing Company that aggregates, produces and distributes editorial and graphics information for print and digital media and businesses’ branded content needs. TCA manages and licenses the Jumble family of games as well as iconic comic strip characters, including Annie and Dick Tracy. The Jumble brand, game and content are (C) Copyright 2014 Tribune Content Agency, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Device Requirements:
* Android Phone or Tablet Device (also Kindles)
* Android 2.2 (Froyo)
* Optimized for high resolution phones/tablets
* 36 MB

Price and Availability:
Just Jumble 1.0 is free and available worldwide through the Google Play and Amazon app stores. An iOS version is also available in Apple’s App Store. Just Jumble is recommended for all ages (12 and up) and it contains nothing but fun and punny material.

Adveractive Inc. has been a leading developer of digital online games, download games and apps since 1995. Steve Bullock is the founder and President of Adveractive which is located in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2014 Adveractive Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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