SEGA have announced the introduction of custom dictionaries to their tap-to-kill zombie game, The Typing of The Dead: Overkill. Supplied via Steamworks, players can now create and share their own zombie-slaying words.
The announcement arrived via the games Steam page earlier today. “SEGA are pleased to announce that Typing of The Dead ‘Custom Dictionaries’ are now available for all Typing of the Dead enthusiasts!” said SEGA.
“So if you’ve been feeling like your word based ammunition has been running a little dry with the current dictionaries, then rejoice as your full zombie blasting keyboard fury can be re-stocked and unleashed upon the unsuspecting zombie masses thanks to the limitless word potential that comes along with the introduction of Custom Dictionary support via this new, free, Steamworks tool! “
Already, players have begun to fill up the workshop with free dictionaries for others to play with. One is brimming with 700 different words about cheese, while another contains all the slang and insults of the Scottish tongue.
Visit the games hub page for the full selection, which is growing by the minute.