FitalyLetris is both a word game and a training tool for fast text-entry on a Pocket PC. FitalyLetris should be of special appeal for Fitaly users but more generally also for other data entry methods.
FitalyLetris is word-oriented: Drills let you practice the 400 most frequent English words as they are falling like the pieces of a tetris game. For Fitaly users, the game aims at developing a visual memory of these most common words on the Fitaly display. For all users, the skills developed on these most common words should help in everyday use of Pocket PCs.
FitalyLetris has three modes:
Time and Words Per Minute are then displayed. This mode allows long tests and time is measured in 1/100s.
(Is this game supposed to be funny? The crocodile always wins!)
FitalyLetris was developed by Hannes Frischat and Andrew Rackcheev for Textware Solutions and is now released as freeware.