Turn your display into a crossword game board with Words on Tiles by BBornot2B

Words on Tiles
By Alicia Erlich on 26 Aug 2012 02:42 pm EDT
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There is nothing I enjoy more than finding a unique theme to change the look and feel of my BlackBerry Bold 9900. I'm not one to stay on stock for long so when I come across one that offers style, functionality, and a high level of customization I'll be first to hit the download button. Words on Tiles by BBornot2B is one such theme that turns your display into a Scrabble like board complete with tiles and a #BeBold double word score.

This clean and wallpaper friendly theme comes with a stunning game tile icon set that move when selected, matching colors, custom fonts, dialog boxes, menus, and notifications, crossword game board wallpaper, and an easy to read smaller top banner. Not only that but all of this is jam packed in a small filesize so it won't slow down your device.

If you haven't checked out BBornot2B then be sure to do so, espcially with this theme. It features crisp and clear graphics and offers just the right balance between the default OS7 UI and the customization diehard theme lovers such as myself are looking for. What I love about this theme is the use of letters and symbols on the tiles to represent the applications and the sound profile and search icons in the top banner. 

Words on Tiles Home Screen

Whether or not you're a fan of that popoular board game, Words on Tiles is a must have intricately detailed design that gives you the look and feel of the classic game. It's an inventive theme that is seamless and smooth all day long with no issues. You won't be switching off this one anytime soon. You can grab it at the link below for $2.99 in BlackBerry App World. It is available for the BlackBerry 9300/30, 9650, 9700/80/88, 9800, and 9900/30/81 running OS 6 and higher.

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Turn your display into a crossword game board with Words on Tiles by BBornot2B

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I disagree. I always want to show support, but $2.99?? That's kinda high for a theme....and most people like to buy more than 1 theme.

I think all themes for OS 7 should be $.99. Especially since they aren't your typical, complete overhaul type of themes. The OS theme builder doesn't even exist yet.