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British software developers are widely regarded as the best games writers in the world, so it is no surprise that another one has just been snapped up from across the Atlantic. Merit Software Inc of Dallas is to buy Zeppelin Games Ltd of Durham, in a share exchange. Zeppelin's existing offices will serve as headquarters for Europe.
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