SpellTower comes to Android to satisfy open-source wordsmiths

Daniel Bader

March 7, 2013 5:39 pm

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One of the most enjoyable word games to ever grace iOS, courtesy of wonder-developer Zach Gage, has been ported to Android.

SpellTower asks users to create words by joining letters in any direction; the longer the word, the rarer the letter, the more points you get. Its simple premise is what makes the game incredibly addictive, especially for word-obsessed gamers like me.

There are four single-player modes, from least frantic (Tower Mode — no time limit) to most frantic (Rush Mode — it’s really fast), as well as a two-player multiplayer mode that pits two Android devices against one another.


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The game plays just as well as it does on iOS, but thankfully on Android it uses the entire screen.At $2.01 it’s a bargain, especially considering the lack of these types of games on the platform.

Download SpellTower for Android.

Via: Twitter