A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this app.
Ease of Play
The gameplay couldn't be more straightforward, but the puzzles can be tricky.
Products & Purchases
Players can spend real world cash for in-game coins, which are used to buy hints. They can also watch a video ad in order to receive one.
Parents Need to Know
Is It Any Good?
Your enjoyment of this trivia app will depend greatly on how you do with scrambled word puzzle games. If you're bad at them, GetFact might drive you bonkers quickly. But if you're even moderately good at them, it's a fun game that might just teach you a thing or two along the way. Players will try to solve the missing words in sentences with letters that are scattered at the bottom of the screen. There's no theme to the puzzles, so you'll get a random set of facts thrown at you when you play, which keeps you constantly on your toes.
The puzzles are challenging, because the answers are rarely obvious just from the set-up question, but they're not impossible. And the hint system can also nudge you in the right direction when you're stumped. While the number of video ads does get a bit annoying, it's not unreasonable for a free app. And, if you're an especially good player (or choose to buy in-game credits) you'll see very few. Overall, it's a fun way to both learn more about the world around you -- and stretch your brain in a different sort of way,
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