The Norwegian developer Haakon Bertheussen has made a lot of money on the Scrabble-inspired game Wordfeud, with an expected turnover of $1,2 million (7 million NOK) in the first year of operation.

The game has been a huge success on iPhone and Android, and now, Bertheussen is introducing a Windows Phone version of the game, according to a blog post on the Wordfeud Dev Blog.

The game will launch simultaneously with the Nokia Lumia 800, which will be launched in Norway and Sweden on February 1. The game will probably be made available in the Marketplace at the same time.

Wordfued features include:

  • Invite friends from your contact list.
  • Play against random opponents.
  • Play at your own pace.
  • English, French, Spanish, Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, and Danish dictionaries (more languages to follow).
  • Push notifications.

As previously mentioned, the game is already available for Android and iPhone here.


(via Teknofil)