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SpellTower dev signs partnership with dictionary publisher

Date Type Companies involved Size
February 6th, 2017 partnership Zach Gage Not disclosed
SpellTower dev signs partnership with dictionary publisher

SpellTower developer Zach Gage has signed a deal with book publisher Merriam-Webster.

Announcing the partnership on Twitter, Gage said SpellTower will be getting a major update on February 9th with a dictionary from Merriam-Webster and new gameplay modes.

The title is also being localised for France and the Netherlands.

New project

Merriam-Webster is a US book publisher best known for publishing dictionaries and thesauruses.

The deal with Gage is also for a brand new word game, though no further details about the title have been revealed.

As well as working on SpellTower, Gage has worked on a number of titles including Really Bad Chess, Sage Solitaire and Halcyon.


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Craig Chapple is Senior Editor of PocketGamer.biz. He was previously Deputy Editor at Develop and Online Editor at Nintendo of Europe.

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