Dieterich natives Dalton Hinterscher and Shelby Flach play an app they developed, Letter Rain-Get in the Game. The game, sold now at the Apple App Store for smart phones and tablets, tasks the user to find words from falling letters. Hinterscher said his best score is 25 words in 60 seconds.
Dieterich grad markets word game application
Dalton Hinterscher is something of a Renaissance man in the making.
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