Wapper iPhone Game Review: Lots of Games, Lots of Fun
Tucker Cummings | On 12, Mar 2013
Best of all, every single Wapper game is language-independent…which makes it easier to communicate with others. If you like to chat with the people you are playing with, Wapper stores all your chats with the same player and keeps them in the same thread. It’s a great way to chat with Facebook friends.
Wapper consists of a small library of games, with more games to come in the future. Their newest offering is Sum Up, a simple and addictive game where you need to tap on numbered tiles in order to “add them up” to a given sum. It’s a great game for kids who need to improve their mental math skills, or for adults who like brainteasers.
The other two games currently available to play on Wapper are “In a Row” and “Flip a Brick.” In Flip a Brick, your goal is to fill the game board with game pieces of your color. In a Row is sort of like Connect Four, but with a larger game board.
You can have multiple games going at once, with anywhere between 1 and 3 opponents. After your first in-app purchase Wapper shows your performance history and your skill level compared to your friends and all other players around the world.
While the game library is small for now, the games are simple, enjoyable, and challenging. Featuring a great interface with serviceable graphics, Wapper is an app with excellent potential.