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The above word search demo is a self explanatory example of the word games available at crossword-puzzles .ws

Select one of the themes on the left menu and ... find the words in the word search games.

Please wait few seconds for the crossword puzzles to load.

 

The instructions:
- Read the words listed in the right column of the crossword puzzles and find them in the puzzles grid of characters.
- When you find a listed word - cross it - click on the beginning of the word, drag the mouse to the last character and release the mouse button; if your crossed characters correspond to one of the listed words it will be highlighted in the puzzles grid and removed from the list of words.

Clicking on...
NEW button works as a puzzle maker, it will create a new word search puzzle with the same list of words.
HINT button will circle in the puzzle grid the first character of the current word at the top of the list.
SHOW button will solve the word search puzzle displaying the location of all the listed words.

Crossword puzzles, word search, word games, word puzzles, word search puzzles or how do you want to call them?

Crosswords are letter games (and thus a form of mind sport). Modern crosswords take the form of a square grid of black and white squares; the aim is to fill the white squares with letters, forming words reading across and down, by solving clues which yield the words. The black squares (commonly called 'blanks') have no letters, and are used to separate words (all contiguous blocks of white squares spell words). Squares in which words begin are numbered, left to right, top to bottom. The clues are then referred to by these numbers (ambiguities are resolved by the common practice of referring to clues by both number and direction - for example, "1 Across" or "17 Down"); at the end of the clue the total number of letters is given for the convenience of the solver. In almost all cases, the grid is rotationally symmetric.

 
 

 
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