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Played on a smaller 9x9 board, Towers of Babble allows players to play "traditional" horizontal and vertical moves as well as 3D STACKED moves! Swipe your finger across the screen to ROTATE the board in 3D, allowing you to plot your next move!

The higher you stack, the more points you get. Get rewarded for using your intelligence and playing good words - not just for getting a "Triple Word" score!

Features include:
- Play against the computer when you want to keep the game moving! Try to beat the computer in IMPOSSIBLE MODE!
- Challenge Friends from your contact list, Facebook, via username, or get matched with a random opponent!
- Over 60 Game Center Achievements and Leaderboards!
- Purchasable Best Word Tokens allow you to play the best word on the board, giving you an edge over your opponent!
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