Mobile Pie Ltd Releases Oh, My Word! to App Store


Bristol, UK, 4th September 2009– Tap‘n’ Slide and B-Boy Brawl developers Mobile Pie today released their latest game to Apple’s App Store for iPhone and iPod touch.

Oh, My Word! is a brain-box bendingly simple yet highly-addictive word puzzle game from Mobile Pie. Close in on a hidden five-letter word by finding out if the word you guess is before or after it in the dictionary. It’ll make you scratch your head and whoop with joy as you search and find illusive words, chasing down your top score.

Creative Producer Will Luton said:

“Oh, My Word! is the perfect game for on your own on the bus or train or with your friends huddled around and guessing with you… It’s frustrating and joyous in equal measures, you’ll probably want to bang your head against a brick wall, but when you crack a tough word it really makes it worth it!”

Oh, My Word! is available at the introductory price of 59p / 99c or for free as an advert-funded version (Oh, My Word! Free).

“It was originally intended for release through the Samsung Innovation Quest 2009,” said Luton,“but it was so surprisingly fun that we had to get it out and in to the hands of as many people as possible, so decided to create the iPhone version. In fact, it’s so fun we’ve already started work on an update and even a sequel...”


Press kit with screenshots and other supporting images available at:

Oh, My Word! web page:

Oh, My Word! YouTube preview video:

App Store link (Oh, My Word! Free):

App Store link (Oh, My Word!):

App Store link (Mobile Pie Ltd):

Please contact for all enquires and to make arrangements for a review version of the paid game.


Will Luton

Creative Producer, Mobile Pie

31-34 High Street





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