About Syllabits

Syllabits are blocks of 1, 2, or 3 letters that you combine to make words. They are loosely related to syllables, but not always. The main rule of the game is that you can only place a new block if it forms a word with it.

For instance, if there is a block in the stage with NG, you can place SI up or left to it for form the word SING. But you could also place RI to make RING.


The game was originally released for iOS in 2019. I got some downloads because it was featured in “New games we love” by Apple.

Last year I remade the game in Godot, so I can now release it multi-platform. It’s available for Android, Windows, Mac, and the browser. You can play it for free.


Last year I added a new daily riddle mode that it’s similar to Wordle, except the blocks you have to use are syllabits, so you can’t just make any word you like. It’s an interesting twist. And you can play with friends because it’s fun to collaborate and try to find new words together.

Read more about it here: Syllabits becomes multi-platform (devlog)
Source: itch.io