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What's New

November 25, 2010: You can now vote for the next Tweet Quiz.

November 24, 2010: Aliases are being detected, eg car hood = bonnet, mail = letter, etc.

November 22, 2010: Started on new display format. Fixed some scoring bugs. Added playing options.

October 19, 2010: TWord Chains converted Open Auth login and renamed to Word Morph

October 17, 2010: Tweet Quiz converted Open Auth login

October 15, 2010: Converted Hangman to Open A

September 27, 2009: Tweet Hangman testing started. Hit the rate limit so waiting on whitelisting.

August 26, 2009: Tweet Quiz rewritten to be more community-oriented and self-sufficient.

June 19, 2009: To Tweet Quiz, we added the ability to obtain clues from tweets.

June 14, 2009: Preparing to award daily prizes. Stay tuned. You must follow @outwitme to get a Direct Message as a prize winner.

June 14, 2009: Guess Word individual scores are displayed.

June 13, 2009: Tweet Words individual scores are displayed.

March 27, 2009: Guess Word is our newest word-guessing game. Play like Mastermind by replying with words and getting back clues comparing your word to the mystery word. Follow @GuessWord.

March 21, 2009: Story Teller Me is for the writer in all of us. Contribute to never-ending stories and poems created by any of us. Each story or poem is crafted one line at a time, each being shared by anyone. That way you never know what you will end up with. Follow @StoryTellerMe to know when a story or poem is ready for you.

March 19, 2009: TWord Chains lets you transform words one letter at a time. Follow @TWord_Chains to get chained to your words.

March 18, 2009: Not a game to outwit you with, but the The Confessional awaits those that need to expose their secrets. Follow @ConfessToMe to receive anonymous confessions.

March 15, 2009: Tweet Words has started tweeting clues to solve mystery words and phrases. If you are interested, just follow @Tweet_Words and wait for your tweets.

March 1, 2009: One of our next games will really be an experiment in reading and interpreting timelines. Without revealing it just yet, you will compete against other tweeters in a race to complete a puzzle.
With our philosophy of never-ending games, once the puzzle is solved by one tweeter, another one will be created.
That way there will always be an available challenge for you to solve.

Stay tuned to @outwitme to get all the announcements.

The Tweet Cloud was fun to make and also fun to see the relationships with words.

Twitter Nametags at www.nametag.me