Scramble it Up With Friends in Scramble with Photos

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Scramble with PHotosThink about how people connect with one another today:  Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, and a number of other social channels. These platforms allow people to share their lives through the sharing pictures. BigBelly Productions want to add a unique take on how people share pictures with its new app, Scramble with Photos. Users share personal photos with their friends and family in the form of a puzzle and it is up to the receiver to unscramble the photo.

Users can work on multiple scrambles on their own time. Scrambles can be sent and received through Facebook, Twitter, text message, and email.  Users can also choose the difficulty level by adjusting the number of pieces to the image or change up the variation of puzzle styles. When a user solves a scramble they’re given coins. These coins can be used to acquire additional gameplay features.


Scramble with Photos is available now for iOS via the App Store and Android via the Google Play Store. There are two versions of the app, a free version and $2.99 (USD) version which offers no ads. To learn more about the game and developer BigBelly Productions visit the official website, “like” on Facebook, and follow on Twitter.

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