“What a Wonderful Word” by Red Barn Games Arrives on Android

[MobilePRwire] – Hit iOS word game “What a Wonderful Word” now available for Android devices worldwide.

Red Barn Games is happy to announce that its well received word game “What a Wonderful Word”, previously only for iOS devices, is now available to Android word gamers on Google Play.

In What a Wonderful Word, players must make as many four to nine letter words as possible using the jumbled letters presented in a 3×3 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 oldtime Sunday newspaper.

What a Wonderful Word packs quite a punch for those looking for more cerebral word gaming.” – 148 Apps

Features:
– Thousands of puzzles
– Huge word list with definitions
– 2 game modes: british english or american english
– Play across multiple devices with Google Cloud Save
– 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 available now worldwide for $2.99 in the Word Games category on Google Play at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.redbarngames.wonderful

About the Developer:
The game is developed by the team at Red Barn Games, an upstart indie game development studio making fun, challenging, G rated games for mobile devices. Previous iOS titles include a countdown number puzzle game; Total!, 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 at http://www.redbarngames.com/

Red Barn Games is an upstart indie game development studio
making fun, challenging, G rated games for mobile devices.

Read the full press release at MobilePRwire.com



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