Today, we release our new game, What’s the Flick! If you liked What’s the Lyric (and you all overwhelmingly did!), you’ll get a kick out of ‘Flick!
What’s the Flick is available for iPhone, iPad, Android, and Kindle HD! Go pick your version over at
What’s the Flick is a cute and hilarious movie title guessing game. Enjoy the memorable drawings either alone or with a group of friends. You’ll really appreciate the clean game play without all the underhanded gimmicks found in similar “4 Pics” or “What’s the” games. Features include:
*Epic genre-spanning campaign!*
Make your own path through dozens of themed categories consisting of TWO HUNDRED hand-drawn puzzles! There are hours and hours of gameplay to be had.
*Massive variety of movie puzzles*
Comedies, Romance, Science Fiction, Animation… there are even a couple of far out categories such as Video Game movies and Worst Movies Of All Time for a fun, extra challenge!
It’s a shame this has to be a “feature.” Play our game when you want it, however you want it. No time restrictions, no distractions in your notification menu, no bugging your friends to move forward. If you’re good at the game and love a challenge, play it all for free! If you want to buy-in and unlock everything up front, you can do that too. Skipping levels is free, so complete each category in whatever order you like! There is also a hint system for when you’re stuck on a particular movie.
*Daily Ticket Bonuses*
By (very) popular demand, we’re modifying the previous point to include one notification each day that gives you a daily boost to your tickets! But don’t worry, you can easily turn this off if for some reason you hate free money. Tickets allow you to redeem hints, making sure you’ll never be truly stuck for very long.
*Easy to learn, easy to use*
Every aspect of the game has been carefully designed with you in mind. Entering and deleting movie titles happens with an “it just works” attitude. Shake your phone to randomize the available letters. Oh, and *WE* have a backspace button.
Not only does this game support iPad, it may also be played in landscape for those with big tablets. If holding it upright is giving you strain, turn the game on its side!