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Dexter TV producer releases iOS game Vowel Movement

Murder, he wrote.

No relation to Gore Verbinski.

The producer of the gruesomely fabulous Dexter telly show has made an iOS game called Vowel Movement.

Clearly wordy, the game proclaims to merge Boggle and Scrabble. You place letters on a grid and create words horizontally and vertically. Consonants get stuck, like corpses, but vowels and wild cards can be moved around, like corpses on trolleys.

"I'd love for you to review it, or at least get addicted to it," Dexter producer Robert Lewis wrote in an email to Eurogamer. Then what? Murder?

Vowel Movement looks basic and has one three-star review. It costs £0.69.