DK What Am I? is a free puzzle game that will challenge your brain, your eyes, your wits, and your reflexes. Your task is to identify objects and places from hundreds of scrambled photographs, working against the clock as each image reveals itself before your eyes. Quick thinking and nimble fingers are essential, as the faster you can name the picture, the more points and coins you earn. From the creators of the award-winning DK Quiz (downloaded more than 500,000 times) this addictive app will keep you entertained for hours.
Give your brain a work-out in Solo play – playing for glory and the top spot on the leaderboard. Or work together with your friends in Challenge mode, connect online or through Facebook and snap and upload your own pictures. Your challenge is to work as a team, seeing how many correct guesses in a row you can get, and aiming for the best team score on the leaderboards.
• Guess the image before the clock runs out
• The faster you guess, the more coins you earn
• Over 300 images to identify
• Use your coins to buy extra lives or use your lifelines: handy hints and help if you get stuck
With hundreds of images to guess – from science to sports, animals to architecture, and food to technology – this is the game you’ll want to keep on playing. It’s free to download so what are you waiting for? It’s time to dive in to DK What Am I?
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"The Dorling Kindersley Limited ("DK") What Am I? app uses a third-party app service provider ("Google Analytics") in order to create accurate, real-time user data reports so that DK can continue to improve the app user experience. The service collects and submits anonymous aggregated data about which app features are being used most frequently as well as your mobile device UDID (unique phone Identifiers) and/or IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identities), which are also anonymised via a secure hashing protocol, to Adobe servers. This information will be used to continually improve the features and functionality that DK releases in its subsequent versions of its mobile apps."