Developer: Alchemy Games
Current Version: 1.0
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Download Size: 6.2 MB - Download
Word Seeker offers you the most classic pastime of all times. Get lots of puzzles to find words, organized by theme and divided by grid size for a very low cost. Enjoy your favorite entertainment!
Word Seeker does not contains dictionaries or generators, which means that th words in each soup have been properly selected to suit the theme you choose.
With the 'tracking system' you can see the letters you are selecting displayed in a visible place as you drag the mouse cursor across the screen.
With the 'smart choice', if you drag the mouse cursor around the screen, only the possible selections are marked. Horizontal, vertical and diagonal.
With the option 'Reveal' you can find words that would resist thee. We want you to have fun and entertain, not to be despaired. You have the solution at your fingertips.
The word list is always visible simultaneously with the puzzle so you can view it without interruptions.
• Intuitive and friendly interface, suitable for all ages.
• 180 Puzzles spread over 12 different themes.
• 3 Levels of difficulty for each subject: Easy (10x10), Normal (14x14) and Hard (16x16).
• No dictionaries or generators! The words fit the puzzle theme selected.
• Tracking system that shows the word you're building in a visible place.
• Smart choice helps you make to see the possible selections available.
• More than 1500 different words to search!
• Stay tunned for new updates!!
Most Helpful Reviews
Good for killing time - It’s a good short game for when you need to clear your head. My only complaint is the mispellings. Especially the north america puzzle… ‘misuri’ is not how you spell Missouri and ‘tenesi’ is deffinitley not how you spell Tennesse…. I’m sure there are others, so maybe having someone proof read would be pragmatic.
More Reviews for Current Version
An OK Word Find - I like this word find. It’s one of the best I have found on the app store. Although it has a lot of spelling errors. They would have definitely benefitted from someone spell checking everything. Otherwise it’s a good word find.