Letterpress 3.0 Introduces Chat, Statistics, Leaderboards and more

Letterpress, the insanely popular turn-based game originally developed by atebits (Loren Brichter) and acquired by Solebon, LLC earlier this year before debuting on the Mac has today been updated to Version 3.0 for iPhone and iPad.

Letterpress 3.0 introduces some much requested features, such as Chat, detailed statistics for the head-to-head matches, and universal Leaderboards. There’s also a new 5-Day turn limit.

This version also apparently enables upgrades for everyone and unlocks features like the ability to view played words, themes and also removes the 2-match restriction for Free users.

Letterpress is available Free on the App Store.


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