4Sight

KarmeleonStudio proudly presents 4Sight!

The new fun word game from  to challenge your brain!

4Sight is available for iPhone (5 and above) and iPad running, IOS 8 and above.

Click here to see a preview of iPad.

4Sight in a nutshell

4Sight tests your word skills, spelling, creativity and lateral thinking!

For non-native English speakers, it is a fun way to improve your English language skills.

You are shown three clue words, and you have to find the link word.

It’s fun, it’s educational, it’s competitive! But think it sounds easy? Then KarmeleonStudio challenges you!

Versions of 4Sight

There are two versions:

  • 4SightLite LiteLogo

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4SightLite is available free  from the App Store. It contains 30 words
Download 4SightLite on the App Store

  • 4SightPro ProLogo

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4SightPro is available for €0.99 from App Store. For this single payment you receive an initial 300 words, then a monthly update of 30 words. It is cheaper and better for you than coffee!

Download 4SightPro on the App Store

 Features

  • Five levels of difficulty: Simple, Easy, Moderate, Tough, Extreme
  • Skill level evaluated after each set of 30 words (4SightPro only)
  • New word sets released every month (4SightPro only)
  • Easy to play interface with fun animations
  • If you are stuck, get a hint
  • Play anywhere anytime: no need to be online
  • Help available within the game
  • Great for parties and social gatherings
  • Upload your score and compare with other players

How to Play

Follow the link below for more information on how to play 4Sight.

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Reviews

“If you’re a loyal subscriber to my daily newsletter (you should be!), then you know I love a quiz. I’m usually quite strong a word games, but alas! I have found my Kryptonite, see how you fare…

4SightPro is the word association game where you find the common word between three unrelated words. Even for you aspiring writers out there, with a wide vocabulary, this won’t be easy. Are you up to the challenge?” – AppGratis

First Aid!

If you really get stuck you can do either or both of the following:

  • leave a comment with the clue words that you are stuck on, and we will get back to you as soon as we can.
  • Tap the button in the game to automatically generate an email with thw words you are stuck on. Again we will get back to you as soon as we can.

Compare your Score

Wen you complete a wordset, an email is automatically generated to KarmeleonStudio with your score. You can fill in the nickname by which you wish to be known, and send this to have your score posted on our website.

You can compare your score with other players by clicking the <scores> button on the bottom left of the game:

4SightLite – you connect directly to the website scores page.

4SightPro – you are taken to the scores screen in the game, where you see a summary of your scores for the completed wordsets.

To connect to the website scores page, click the <compare scores> button:

Your Opinion Matters to Us

KarmeleonStudio is constantly trying to improve 4Sight. If you have any comments, questions or suggestions then we would love to hear from you.

5 thoughts on “4Sight”

  1. I like the game, but I think it’s a bit too difficult for Americans to play. For example, three clue words in “Easy” mode are: whistle, biscuit and mine. Using the hints, I figured out that the answer is “tin”. Whistle and mine both apply, but a biscuit in the US (dinner roll or dumpling) is not the same as a biscuit in the UK (cookie or cracker). Cookies here also aren’t usually packaged in tins (metal containers) but in paper bags or plastic boxes. So this puzzle was unintentionally difficult for me.

    Another problem is American English vs. British English spelling: color vs. colour; realize vs. realise; and defense vs. defence. I think that defense is the answer to one of the harder puzzles (one of the clue words is classified), but if I spell it in American English the game will tell me I’m wrong!

    Due to these issues I will probably delete the app. It would help if the game developers indicated their country of origin in the App store, so non-UK residents would know that the app is not tailored for them.

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5 thoughts on “4Sight”

  1. I like the game, but I think it’s a bit too difficult for Americans to play. For example, three clue words in “Easy” mode are: whistle, biscuit and mine. Using the hints, I figured out that the answer is “tin”. Whistle and mine both apply, but a biscuit in the US (dinner roll or dumpling) is not the same as a biscuit in the UK (cookie or cracker). Cookies here also aren’t usually packaged in tins (metal containers) but in paper bags or plastic boxes. So this puzzle was unintentionally difficult for me.

    Another problem is American English vs. British English spelling: color vs. colour; realize vs. realise; and defense vs. defence. I think that defense is the answer to one of the harder puzzles (one of the clue words is classified), but if I spell it in American English the game will tell me I’m wrong!

    Due to these issues I will probably delete the app. It would help if the game developers indicated their country of origin in the App store, so non-UK residents would know that the app is not tailored for them.

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