Row Sham Bow Releases Letter by Letter

ORLANDO – December 3, 2012 – Row Sham Bow announced today that Letter by Letter is now available on iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, and Android devices. Letter by Letter is a brand new game from Row Sham Bow with an exciting new twist. Players take over the board by spelling new words and stealing their opponent’s letters in this easy to learn yet surprisingly strategic word puzzle game. 

Players must spell words to take control of the most spaces on the board. By adding letters and stealing letters from opponents, players increase their scores while simultaneously decreasing their opponent’s score. Convenient turn-based gameplay lets players play whenever and wherever they want to. Players can challenge their friends via Facebook or email, or make new friends through random matches. 

“We worked really hard to reward players that have a good vocabulary rather than an arcane knowledge of the kinds of words traditional crossword based puzzle games employ,” said John Taylor, the game’s creator. “We built a highly competitive game with an evolving strategy that develops in layers over the course of play.”

Letter by Letter is available for download for Android and iOS now at the following link: .


About Row Sham Bow

Row Sham Bow, Inc. is a critically acclaimed game developer and publisher. Row Sham Bow’s previous game, Woodland Heroes, earned Gamasutra’s Social Game of the Year award in 2011. Row Sham Bow also provides analytics, optimization, and personalization services powered by its advanced predictive analytics platform. For more information, visit or follow the company @rowshambowgames .

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