Parents' Guide to

Wheel of Fortune

By Carla Thornton, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Pricey game show adaptation fun for hardcore fans.

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Community Reviews

age 11+

Based on 3 parent reviews

age 10+

Ready to delete the app after 5 years…

I am bc a long time player ready to delete my account. Free play was worth it- I could watch adds to get extra diamonds or purchase if I want. Now there are SO many ads they sometimes cause my play to run out of time or the ads take 3 times as long as the play. No longer worth it. And watch those ads parents- not all are parent approved.
age 18+

WHAT.?charge y

Most of landmarks we never heard of! Worst is when your read to solve the puzzle, it will fill in 3 or 4 letters tha are usually vowels and then solves the puzzle for you which is very irritating. Also it is to expensive to play for very long and then they charge you at least 5dollers to play a little longer.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (3 ):
Kids say (2 ):

At five bucks, the Wheel of Fortune will seem pricey to non-fans. The graphics are a little dodgy in places and you have to play two built-in opponents. A really great adult "Wheel" would have online matchups instead. But that's what makes the game a good choice for kids. It's completely self-contained and safe - and there are 1,000 puzzles to solve at three difficulty levels. Parents - and hardcore fans - can consider it a deal.

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