Thursday, April 26, 2012

Draw Something Comes to the Kindle Fire

We're pleased to announce that the sensational app, Draw Something, is now available for the Kindle Fire! I can't tell you how many times people have asked us about it, and we're thrilled that it's finally here. Now there's no limit to the addictive silliness we can have! If you aren't familiar with the app, it's sort of like a long-distance game of Pictionary...only way better! There's no need to be Picasso to play, and you'll quickly find yourself completely immersed in this fabulous game. Enjoy!

Title: Draw Something
Rating: 4.4 stars over 10 reviews
Price: 1.99
Description: You don't have to be an artist to tap into your creative, doodle-loving side. Art is for everyone, so just Draw Something! The Draw Something app for your Android device and Kindle Fire is a social drawing and guessing game. Tap into your inner-Picasso, or tap into your inner-third grade art class. You only have to draw as well as your friend can guess.

Doodle with Friends
Draw Something is a turn-based drawing game you play with friends. Challenge friends on Facebook or Twitter, or let Draw Something automatically pair you with a new game buddy. Don't be shy. We're all artists in our own way here. The turn-based gameplay allows you and your partner to play at your own pace, and squeeze in as many turns as you prefer--and you'll be trying to squeeze in a lot. In case you forgot, drawing is really fun.

When it's your turn to draw, choose one of the three word options to depict. Each word represents a different level of difficulty: Easy, Medium, and Hard. The objective is to earn gold coins. A hard word earns three gold coins, medium earns two, and easy earns one. If you're not a fan of any of the words, use a bomb to blow them up for new word options. Don't waste your bombs; you don't get many.

Get your copy of Draw Something!


  1. a) I still can't find it in the Apps Store
    b) do they offer the free version (like what I have on my droid)?

    1. Clicking on any of the links above should take you right to the app, which you can then download onto your Fire.

      There is a free version as well, though it appears to have advertisements and some in-app purchases.

  2. I purchased it from my PC and I open the app store on my Fire and I can't find it to download? What am I doing wrong?

    1. I would be sure to hit sync and would expect it to show up at that point. Maybe restart your device or check internet connection, and if that doesn't work I would contact customer service. Hope you're able to get it working!

  3. Never mind....I found it. You have to look in the Cloud.


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