Manchester 20 November 2009: You can’t find String‘em In™ among the pages of your dictionary, but if you could it would be the definition of the ultimate word-puzzle game.
Based on the worldwide digital television hit of the same name, String‘em In™ is what happens when you mix word games such as Scrabble and Boggle with the block-puzzler genre to create something incredibly addictive. Developed by Manchester-based game studio Connect2Media, the game is available on iTunes from today.
Watch as your iPhone’s screen springs to life, filling with brightly coloured letter blocks. The more words you make out of the random letters, the higher you score! Facebook scoring connectivity lets you share your total with the world and challenge friends to do better. Go for broke and try to clear the entire screen before the timer runs out and use iTunes soundtrack compatibility to help you get into the zone.
With infinite randomly generated word grids and five difficulty settings to tackle, you will be playing String‘em In for hours and hours. Available now on iTunes for $2.99/£1.79/€2.36 and as a free lite version, a world of word power awaits you with String‘em In™
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-Simple to pick up but difficult to put down word game what has been a smash hit on interactive TV
-Open Feint connectivity features
-Infinite word grids generate at random mean you will be playing for hours
-Access to users’ iTunes library
-Facebook Connect integration
-Five different play modes; Gentle, Medium, Hard, Fiendish and Endless
-Power Plays, Swap Letters and Hot Word add to the drama!
Stephen Hey, Marketing Manager at Connect2Media, said:“String’em In TM already has a massive following on interactive TV, mobile phones and Facebook across the world, so we are grateful to the game’s creator, Two Way Media, for the chance to create this new iPhone and iPod Touch version. If there’s one thing you need to know about String’em In TM, it’s that it is incredibly addictive and almost impossible to put down, so make sure you have some time on your hands before diving in.”
James Turner, the Chief Executive at Two Way Media, comments:“We are very excited String’em In translates well to the iPhone. With its slick presentation, vivid colours and touch interface it looks great and plays beautifully. What a fantastic way to celebrate the game’s ten year anniversary!.”