WordPlay

WordPlay

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ordPlay consists of two word games. Word Jumble scrambles the letters of a word; the object is to gu
 
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ordPlay consists of two word games. Word Jumble scrambles the letters of a word; the object is to guess the correct spelling and identify the word. Hide-and-Peek slowly reveals the letters of a word in a random fashion, one letter every second. The object is to guess the word before all the letters are revealed. Words range from 4 to 10+ letters. The wordfiles can be edited to add or remove words, and a user file is provided so you may create your own list of words for the game. Letters may be dragged with the mouse and rearranged on the game board to provide clues to the answer. Version 4.0 introduces an improved look, Timed Jumble, Hints, Record Book, and more words.

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