Scrabulizer is an online version to obtain the best scores with Hasbro’s world famous board game Scrabble.
Scrabulizer is a scrabble solver which will give all the moves that a player can make during their turn in a Scrabble game. The solver will use tiles from the rack, incorporated into the tiles from the board, to form allowed Scrabble moves.
By default, the scoring uses the Scrabble board point bonuses for using letter and word multiplier squares, and a 50 point bonus (bingo) for using all of the rack tiles. The board point bonuses, letter [Read More...]
Try to solve this brilliant advertisment crossword puzzle by IKEA which I found via Ads of the World.
This ad has been published in Australia and to further encourage people to interact with the ad, IKEA placed this crossword puzzle next to puzzle sections in newspapers. Happy Puzzling!
Puzzle Maker offers you the possibility to create your own Word Search and Crossword puzzles.
Do you need a personalised word search puzzle or crossword puzzle which contains the words you need for a special occasion or just to please your kids, than PuzzleMaker.com is the website for you. Just enter the words you like to appear in the puzzle and your puzzle will be created in seconds. Happy Puzzling!
Crosswords 2.0 is a simple but yet entertaining Firefox Add-on by Mike Kroger.
Crosswords It gets crosswords from an online crossword database. Currently there are only 30 crosswords in the database, but more will be added soon. Happy Puzzling!
Remember crossword puzzles? Those delightful little grids of trivia fun that both validated your esoteric knowledge and made flight time pass quickly? Thanks to the ubiquity of iPods, and Amzon’s Kindle and in-flight WiFi, poor puzzles have withered into being an old man’s Sunday afternoon activity. But they’re back! Kind of!
On Wednesday June 24 2009, the Wifi-enabled fleet of Virgin America’s planes invite their passengers and those on the ground to whip out their critical thinking and put the credit cards away for a day of free puzzle challenges. It’s being called the “Day In the Cloud,” [Read More...]
The social networking service Twitter is becoming a popular method of connecting with people and tracking events. Could it become a popular medium for puzzles, as well? Puzzazz, the puzzle site from Seattle entrepreneur Roy Leban, is venturing into that space.
Puzzazz this week extended its reach by launching new “successive reveal” puzzles on Twitter. People who follow the @puzzazz Twitter account will see clues for each puzzle in a series of tweets. The first person to figure it out and tweet the solution will get public credit in [Read More...]
Gridless is a puzzle weblog with every month two or three new word puzzles.
Gridless is all about word puzzles. Most predominantly, Double-Crostics and Gridless puzzles. Gridless puzzles are puzzles devised by weblog owner Craig and they are like cryptic crosswords but there is no grid. The answers to the clues share an elusive theme. Discovering this connection will reveal a vertical answer line which will reveal all and neatly tie the puzzle together – including the title, clues and theme.
Craig’s puzzles are appearing regularly in magazines in Australia, New Zealand, and England. And even some puzzles [Read More...]