Zach Gage will release Typeshift on March 18

About a month ago, Zach Gage revealed to fans that he was working with Merriam-Webster to create a brand new word game. That’s right, Merriam Webster, the dictionary people. It makes a certain kind of sense, and it was certainly welcome news for the many fans of Gage’s first word game, SpellTower.

Today, the developer unveiled the fruits of that partnership… Typeshift is a letter-sliding word game, and it’ll be available to download through the iOS App Store on March 18.

Gage has uploaded a trailer to give fans a better look at how Typeshift will work, and he’s added a few sample puzzles to his official website that you can try out right now.

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