iOS review: True or False? Test your wits!

It’s all about apps that test your mind this week, but in a different way than all those standard games that get boring, collecting dust on your screen from never being used.

True or False is exactly how it sounds; decide whether a statement presented is true or, you guessed it, if it’s false. Simple as, right? Sure, but make sure you’re quick about it because it’s you against the clock.

There are heaps of questions on a whole range of topics. General knowledge, science, film, music, sport – you get the idea.

What makes it difficult? Not only do you have to be fast, but there are some tricky false statements mixed in with true facts, and you will definitely jump the gun more than once, and kick yourself for it.

There are countless levels in single player mode, or try the split screen option where two players can play against each other on the same device.

Simple games are the best games. There is nothing fancy to True or False, but that’s what’s good about it.  Just when you think it’s getting a bit dull, you’ll find that you’ll start getting annoyed with yourself each time you answer incorrectly – as you will.

This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad. Requires iOS 5.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.

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