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Local App Developer Red Barn Games Launches "What a Wonderful Word" on the App Store

Dan Renaud

By Dan Renaud

Westmeath, Canada -- In What a Wonderful Word, players must make as many four to nine letter words as possible using the jumbled letters presented in a 3x3 grid. Dressed in soft shades and subdued tones, What a Wonderful Word offers a relaxing word puzzle experience that captures the mood, pace, and integrity of an old-time Sunday newspaper.

Void of advertisements or in-app purchases, your attention will be focused on the game and ONLY the game. No bells or whistles or flashy graphics, just a fun word game that is unobtrusive and easy on the eyes. There is no time limit, so take a deep breath, relax, and enjoy finding words. Play offline and challenge yourself, or compete in Game Center to compare your word finding prowess with others around the world.

- Thousands of puzzles
- Huge word list with definitions
- 2 game modes: british english or american english
- Beautiful graphics with subdued tones
- No ads
- No in-app purchases

Whether you're a casual fan of this genre, a full-fledged word nerd, or simply looking to stimulate your brain, What a Wonderful Word appeals to a wide range of word game enthusiasts, offering thousands of hours of engaging gameplay.

Pricing and Availability:
What a Wonderful Word is a universal iOS app available now worldwide for $2.99 in the Word Games category on the App Store.

About the Developer:
The game is developed by the team at Red Barn Games, an upstart indie game development studio from Westmeath making fun, challenging, G rated games for iOS devices. Previous titles include a retro soapbox racer; Good Ol' Days Soapbox Racing, an action puzzle game; Egg Foo Yung, and an action arcade game; Rodger Dodger.

More information about What Wonderful Word and other titles can be found on the developer's website.

Promo codes are available for qualified reviewers.

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