String is a word game with actual gameplay, challenging not only your brain, but your reflexes as well. Letters shoot up from the bottom of the screen as you scramble to string together a word by dragging your finger through the letters before they fall back down. Words are scored based on length and rarity of the letters it contains. Each letter has a score, similar to how scrabble letters are scored. There may be more than one possible word to be formed with each set of letter blocks that are presented. The user can play in several different game modes. In rush mode, you're racing against the clock trying to score as many points as you can in one minute. In casual mode, there are no game overs and you can continue playing no matter how many times you fail to form a word. Classic mode gives you only 3 chances to mess up, once your 3 lives are up, that's game over. Game Center leaderboard high score support makes it easy to compete against your friends and players all over the world. String will initially be available for iOS tablet devices in May 2013 with potential future support for Android. To see String in action, please click here
for a video demonstration and be sure to keep an eye out for String on the App Store come May 2013.