Tin Soldier Software Releases Word Sling for iOS

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[MobilePRwire] – Tin Soldier Software announced today that its first game, Word Sling, is now available for iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch. Word Sling combines the arcade action of touch shooting with the casual fun of word games.

Tin Soldier Software today announced that their first game, Word Sling, is now available for iPad, iPhone, and the iPod Touch. Word Sling combines the arcade action of touch shooting with the casual fun of word games.

In Word Sling, players shoot letters from their sling shot to make words and score points. To get the most points the player can use a variety of techniques like bombs to destroy any unwanted letters , combining letters with score multipliers to double or triple the score, or saving letters in a reserve for later. To move on to the next level the player earns badges from high scores. “You’ll need to use your brain to find words, and dexterity to shoot the target!” said Cam Gray, founder of Tin Soldier Software.

Word Sling is a great game to play weather you have one free hand and 5 minutes on the subway, with friends and family, or on a quiet evening at home. Word Sling is kid friendly, and can be a fun way to help practice spelling. Word Sling is great for players of all ages and skill level.

Word Sling is now available for $0.99 on iPhone and iPod touch and Word Sling HD is now available for $1.99 on iPad. Word Sling is available world-wide from Apple’s App Store, or by visiting: www.wordslingapp.com

Tin Soldier Software, an independent app studio based out of Toronto, Canada, was formed in 2012 by Cam Gray to bring unique user experiences to mobile and web.

Tin Soldier Software, an independent app studio based out of Toronto, Canada, was formed in 2012 by Cam Gray to bring unique user experiences to mobile and web.

Read the full press release at MobilePRwire.com

Avatar of Chris Caso Chris Caso - Chris Caso an entrepreneur from New Jersey who started a company in 2002 called CR Digital Design, Inc., a creative marketing company. Once the “App Boom” began his passion switch to the mobile industry. In 2009 he started AppDictions. Discovering new applications and sharing them with friends and family morphed into letting the world know through his blog AppDictions. Chris’s real world marketing skills was a great fit for mobile app developers and the success of the site proves it.
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