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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 1020d ago | review

Pocket Gamer: SpellTower Review

Pocket Gamer: There’s a simple elegance at the heart of Zach Gage’s word game that makes it very appealing. Not just in its mechanics, but its aesthetic, which is clean, crisp, and refreshing. A grid of letters has rarely felt so attractive.

SpellTower is currently planned for release on iPod touch and iPhone, but the extra space afforded by the larger iPad screen seems to really suit it. It gives both you and the letters room to breathe. (iPad, SpellTower) 9/10

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