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Description

Tiler More is a very fun word building game that you will love. Make words by stacking letters and merging them together. Get all the words to win!

The rules are simple:
• Stacks are limited to 3 high
• Tiles can have no more than 3 letters
• You must have at least 3 units of fun

What people are saying:

“What the heck, guys?” - Tyler
“I definitely don’t hate it!” - Devika
“I LOVE THIS GAME” - Kyle’s Mom
“This game is Certified Fun!” - A Ph.D. Funologist
“beTTEr ThAn stAcKing TilES IN rEAL LIfE” - A child

Tiler More is made by Mostly Bits, which is really just Kyle and Tony on nights and weekends. If you like this game or generally supporting independent creators, please tell your friends about this very fun game. It’s free, so telling people doesn’t actually make us any money, but it makes us feel good, which is like emotional money. And we might release more updates if you make us emotional millionaires.

Let us know what you think on Twitter: @mostlybits

What’s New

Version 1.1.1

Add our newest playtesters to the About screen and show version information for easier debugging.

As always, follow us @mostlybits on Twitter or email us at mostlybits@gmail.com with any feedback. Keep it coming!

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
96 Ratings

96 Ratings

Loving but Frustrated Fan ,

Great exercise and concept, not exactly a challenge.

After playing one round of easy mode I jumped straight to brutal to test my theory, and I was correct. This is a puzzle gane that is virtually impossible to lose or get stuck on. If you ever run out of space on the board, just combine some letters together because you can just unstack them later on. There is so much potential space available on the board that you might as well just keep pulling letters until it's almost full then see which words you can complete. On my third run through I decided to just combine like letters together and put the vowels all to one side so they would be easier to search when building words. What I mean to say is that space management isn't a challenge in this game because there is always waaaay more space available than you need. Can't quite think of an easy fix for it, though. I do think that the interface is brilliantly elegant and creative and I love the concept. If the challenge level is ever successfully raised to any level of difficulty, however, I would definitely suggest an undo button because unintentional moves are pretty frequent on the mobile. Great job creators!

JDubs07 ,

It truly is a very fun word game

Tiler More has a unique tile/letter-stacking mechanic that feels unlike any other word game I've played: it creates a very engaging challenge in managing your board space and letter groups, but it's not stressful thanks to the fact that you can un-merge tiles anytime (as long as you have room to put them somewhere!). Managing to maneuver letters into a full word, then tapping completed words to send them into the tile abyss -- along with the accompanying sound effects -- are all super satisfying. The three difficulty modes offer a nice ramp-up as you learn to play, as well as options for varying game lengths: from a super quick session (Easy) up to a brain-furrowing think-about (Brutal). Even though I love that there's no timer in the core game, which keeps it extremely calm and stress-free, I would like to see other game modes in the future that use something like a time-based score to throw another obstacle at you. But even without that, this is a fantastic, soothing experience that more often than not turns into "just one more game."

free_spirit96 ,

Easy time passer

Went straight to brutal mode after a few seconds of tutorial. Have yet to feel stumped, it's not really a game that will leave you frustrated or unsure how to beat a level. Nice way to pass the time, so far I haven't noticed any repeat words. Just the difficult enough to keep it from being boring and easy enough that you don't have to think too hard.
If you love word games, download Tiler More.

Also...is it a glitch or a perk that I have no ads? Not complaining

App Privacy

The developer, Kyle Shipley, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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