Words! - Classic Puzzle Game

Contains adsIn-app purchases
3.4
161 reviews
10K+
Downloads
Content rating
Mature 17+
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About this game

If you like to search words, you will love Words!


The objective is to try to find all the hidden words on the scrambled board! Simplicity is funnier than be boggled by complex interface, crazy special effects, power-ups and lack of time to play.

FEATURES:
- hundreds of boards to play
- millions of words to be found
- two board sizes
- google play games achievements
- no power-ups
- no timer

It is also fun to play with a friend on the same device!

You can easily improve your vocabulary, concentration and spelling skills.
Updated on
Nov 2, 2021

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Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted
3.4
161 reviews
A Google user
April 24, 2020
Awesome word game. I really struggled to get that "10000 Words" achievement.
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A Google user
December 2, 2017
It's really challenging and helps your vocabulary in other languages, but I noticed that there are words that it's not accepting and they're not made up words. So I don't know what it's wrong with it but it frustrates me... For instance, I was trying the Spanish version and the first 3x3 grid had the letters so I could spell "Cesa" which means "cease" but it wouldn't accept it. I could also spell "Cesar" which is not only a name but it is also the verb "to cease" and it wouldn't accept it either
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Pink Pointer
December 2, 2017
Can you please give us an example? Thank you for the feedback!
A Google user
March 18, 2018
Seems like the game makes up words.
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Pink Pointer
March 18, 2018
Which word for example?

What's new

Overall improvements and bug fixes!