Trine's Hangman now with 2-player-mode

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Trine's HangmanVersion 1.7 of Trine’s Hangman is available in Marketplace, with many new features and improvements, among other a new 2-player-mode

The TRIAL-version is now a complete game in itself, since it has the full 2-player-mode with zero limitations, so if you just want a 2-player-Hangman, it’s free.

The TRIAL also now have a more complete 1-player-mode, so if you do not care for the online-features (and can survive with 100 words in the word list), you might be happy with the TRIAL-version.


  • A brand new two-player mode, which is perfect for the kids in the backseat on long car trips
  • You can also now select you own picture as background for the game
  • 3 more backgrounds to the game
  • Lots of more statistics in the game
  • lots stats for the current player
  • now you can also see the player around you, with not just their scores and positions, but also how many points you are ahead or behind them
  • Lots of more statistics on the web
  • See who’s playing “right now”
  • More stats on each player
  • Each player page now shows more info about the players “close to you” (points ahead/behind++)
  • 2 new levels in the single player
  • 30% faster resume/start-up time
  • Improved layout
  • New animations
  • Smother and less obtrusive data communication
  • Backup functionality right in the account page of the game
  • And several bug fixes

Game screen in Trine's Hangman

We now have a completely new back-end solution that are made to handle the potential loads of all the players

The change-log web page is continuously updated with not just info about previous and current version, but also dates and features for future releases.

The game has several players with 30+ hours of actual game time, and some have even played more than 40 hours(!). This we believe is the best “proof” for the addictiveness of the game 🙂

The full version with online leaderboard and other features cost $2.99 and can be found in Marketplace here.

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