May 12, 2016 - Candywriter, LLC today introduces Letter Soup Cafe 1.0, an alphabet soup-themed word game for iOS devices. In Letter Soup Cafe, the goal of each level is to find all of the anagrams that can be spelled with the letters in a bowl of alphabet soup. Featuring an intuitive swipe gesture mechanic for efficient yet pleasurable word selection, the game includes 1000 levels of progressing difficulty that are spread across thirty level packs themed as cafes, each cafe representing a world cuisine.
Apr 17, 2015 - Long-time iOS developer, Candywriter today announces their up and coming release of Quacky Hunt, its new duck hunting simulator for Apple Watch and iOS. Quacky Hunt uses a fast finger aiming mechanic that puts the user's reflexes to the test. The objective of the game is to shoot as many ducks as possible in a row. A pixelated interface and Minecraft-inspired voxel graphics complete a retro feel for the game. Quacky Hunt will be available as a free download on April 24th.
Dec 12, 2011 - Candywriter today introduces Friendle 1.0 for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Friendle includes seven classic turn-based games to play with friends, including Words, Chess, Checkers, Four, Reversi, Backgammon, and Chinese Checkers. Built-in Twitter and Facebook support makes it easy to find and challenge friends to games. Friendle can also pair two users together via its "Random Opponent" feature. Alternatively, "Pass & Play" games may be created between friends in physical proximity.
May 18, 2011 - Candywriter today introduces Your Move 1.0, their new user-friendly word solver for iOS. Completely automated, Your Move serves as a powerful assistant for word game enthusiasts. It uses optical character recognition to provide the player with the ultimate edge. Designed as a companion to Words with Friends and Scrabble, Your Move illuminates hidden moves in the most popular word building games. Multitasking support allows the user to quickly change between the word game and the assistant.
Apr 04, 2011 - Candywriter today introduces Dogs Playing Poker 1.0 for Mac OS X, a comic yet competitive take on the old meme. Designed for Texas Hold 'em novices, advanced poker players, and dog lovers alike, users select their dog breed of choice and then enter a five-round tournament that spans a junkyard, dog pound, train car, den, and Chinese restaurant kitchen. Almost a year in the making, the Mac version adds to the original with fully animated rooms and new characters.
Jan 05, 2011 - Candywriter today announces Candyticker 1.0, a freeware RSS screensaver for the iOS community. The Mac OS X screensaver displays real-time App Store developments in a Wall Street-themed stock ticker. Candyticker is fully customizable and supports any ranking app on iTunes. Developers can assign custom "ticker symbols" to their apps and configure Candyticker to display a running feed of their current iTunes chart positions in up to 10 different countries.
Dec 02, 2010 - Candywriter today announces Word Solitaire: Holiday 1.0, their "Holiday" limited edition puzzle version for iPhone and iPod touch. Word Solitaire is a mash up of traditional solitaire and word creation where, instead of playing cards, each card represents a letter of the alphabet. In "Holiday," each level requires the user to find and construct specific holiday-themed words and phrases. Once all provided letters have been arranged into words, the user may advance to the next level.
Oct 29, 2010 - Candywriter today announces Word Solitaire: Aurora for iPhone, Word Solitaire HD for iPad, and Word Solitaire for Mac. The three titles are separate versions of the same game, a sequel to the original iPhone-classic, Word Solitaire. Word Solitaire cards are dealt just like in traditional solitaire but with a unique twist: instead of playing cards, each card represents a letter of the alphabet. Once all provided letters have been arranged into words, the user may advance to the next level.
Jul 09, 2010 - Seattle-based Candywriter today released Gyro Draw 1.0 for iPhone and iPod touch, a sketching app designed for iPhone 4 owners. Users select whether they would like to sketch via the accelerometer or the gyroscope and then choose a type of graphing paper. Tilting the phone left or right in Accelerometer mode allows the user to drop a pencil around the screen towards gravity. Gyroscope mode, on the other hand, measures device rotation to slide a piece of paper about the pencil.