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Marquee Mash 1.1 Word Game Now Available

Feb 05, 2016 - California-based TamerZone LLC announces Marquee Mash 1.1, the first update to the word game for iOS devices, originally released in December. Suitable for all ages, Marquee Mash is aimed at word lovers looking for a quick puzzle break. Players remove letters from signs to answer crossword-style clues. The new version adds new content, after 15% of players who installed the original version completed all of the movie title puzzles included with the original release.


Marquee Mash word game released for iPhone and iPad

Dec 21, 2015 - California based TamerZone LLC today introduces Marquee Mash 1.0, a new word game for iPhone and iPad devices. Suitable for all ages, Marquee Mash is aimed at word lovers looking for something a little different, especially when they only have time for a quick puzzle break. Players remove letters from signs to answer crossword-style clues. Each puzzle consists of a sign displaying a movie title or musical act, a clue, and a number of blank spaces for discarded letters.


Anagram Tale - Word Game Story App Released for iPhone and iPad

Dec 12, 2014 - TamerZone LLC today introduces Anagram Tale 1.0 for iOS, a unique word game that combines mixed-up word puzzles with a punny story. Players read about the not-too-serious adventures of a hungry young man named Doof, and rearrange anagrammed words to earn points and reveal more of the story. Designed for players age 9 to adult, there are lots of puns and silly jokes to keep the mood light, and unlimited hints are available so players never get stuck.


SwingSong - Musical Pendulums App Released for iPad

Dec 16, 2013 - TamerZone LLC today introduces SwingSong 1.0, a new iPad app that lets users explore the physics of related frequencies with animated musical pendulums. As seen in science exhibits, a set of pendulums with related frequencies can generate surprisingly complex patterns. SwingSong users create pendulum arrangements, and sounds play at the ends of each swing to express the resulting patterns both visually and aurally. The user adds and positions pendulums by simply tapping and dragging.