Seattle, WA July 22, 2008 -- News from the Casual Connect Conference: UCLICK®, a leader in casual games for PC, mobile, and online play, announced the release of Pat Sajak's Linked Letters, a new interactive word game available exclusively on uclickgames.com, patsajakgames.com and affiliate partner sites.
As the third game in the Pat Sajak casual game family, Linked Letters offers exciting game modes for word lovers of all skill levels with Pat Sajak guiding players through every step of the way with his trademark wit and charm.
Some highlights of this new game include:
- Every game board has clues with opportunities to earn special bonuses and more winnings.
- Players race the clock as they move from board to board and the various clues.
- Special jumbled-letter challenges and scoring opportunities.
- Varying levels of difficulty to reach the annual Linked Letters Championship Game.
- PC and Macintosh compatible.
"Linked Letters is a fun new addition to the expanding line of Sajak-branded games," said uclick CEO Douglas Edwards. "Linked Letters delivers the Sajak-style game show experience, with the addictive interactive gameplay that game fans crave."
U.S. based uclick® is a leading digital entertainment provider offering a broad mix of popular comic strips, manga, editorial cartoons, and other content for desktop web and mobile phones. Through worldwide distribution relationships uclick delivers entertaining comics, puzzles, games and much more to hundreds of online clients. Partners featuring uclick content include the major consumer and news web portals Yahoo!, MSNBC.com, New York Times, washingtonpost.com, CNNi, USA Today, and AOL. The uclick features include the top brand franchises Garfield, Paul Frank, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, TOKYOPOP, USA Today, Pat Sajak, Wyland, and many more. The uclick creative content and services are available through the GoComics.com website, U.S. mobile phone operators, and other leading distributors worldwide.
uclick, LLC is a division of Andrews McMeel Universal, the leading syndicate and publisher of humor books and calendars in North America.
For more information on uclick, visit www.uclick.com.