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    Proverbidioms review: Hidden object-style game to find proverbs & idioms

    Synopsis

    The game features comical depictions of over 300 common proverbs and cliches.

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    The game is inspired by Proverbidioms - a painting by American painter Thomas E. Breitenbach.
    Proverbidioms
    Free, for iOS & Android

    The English language has some interesting proverbs and idioms. ‘Cat got your tongue’ and ’you are what you eat’ are some of the more familiar ones. In this fun, hidden object-style game, you have to find each saying by tapping on it.

    You can zoom in and scroll around for a better look. Helpfully, the game will also give you a definition and example if you were not familiar with the phrase.
    There are five games in total and you can play the first one for free.Agencies
    There are five games in total and you can play the first one for free.

    The game is inspired by Proverbidioms - a painting by American painter Thomas E. Breitenbach that features comical depictions of over 300 common proverbs and cliches. The game, however, you're not looking at a static image - there are nice animations to hold your gaze.

    There are five games in total and you can play the first one for free. Each additional game is Rs 399.

    You can save your progress across different devices by logging in using Google/Facebook - but this is not essential. Try it out if you want to learn a few new proverbs.


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