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Original Crossword Game, to further be introduced shortly. Played in public on a concrete slab or a four-piece interlocking board. At home with particular interlocking letter elements. Daily in the ...

Original Crossword Game, to further be introduced shortly. Played in public on a concrete slab or a four-piece interlocking board. At home with particular interlocking letter elements. Daily in the newspaper as well. A TV-format is also an option.

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    • SOLO - DUO ENTERSTART: choose SOLO / 100 letter tiles are face down on the left.Points are attributed considering the length of the formed word(s); 1min. 2 letters is 1 + 2 = 3 points. A 3rd letter adds 3 points, a 4th 4 points, etc... (c) Eric Parein
    • SOLO ENTERChoose 7 tiles at random / the tiles do flip and are showing your pick. 2 (c) Eric Parein
    • SOLO ENTERYour draw orderly drops down; always vowels first, then space, and then consonants.Remember C = U / E = M = W / H = I / N = Z 3No U, M, W, I or Z ever do show up as such! (c) Eric Parein
    • SOLO ENTERThe remaining letter tiles verticaly stack down.You have 3 minutes to play. If you are sooner ready, hit the ENTER button. 4 (c) Eric Parein
    • 1 play - 21 points ENTERFirst (Dutch) word is entered on the board, somewhere covering the middle square.Worth 21 points, shown left under. Number of plays are shown left thereof. 5 (c) Eric Parein
    • 1 play - 21 points ENTERLeftover letters are automatically returned to the stack (lowest free spaces).Not sure the now hidden letter will remain the same... 6 (c) Eric Parein
    • 1 play - 21 points ENTERNext play. Choose 7 new letter tiles. Anywhere.By the way, there are two blanco tiles, to be employed as any letter. The chosen letter 7remains the same for the entire game. (c) Eric Parein
    • 1 play - 21 points ENTERAgain letters do get arranged under (as from the seventh letter pick). 8 (c) Eric Parein
    • 1 play - 21 points ENTERAt the same time remaining letters do get stacked. (little noise added)Start seeking next word entry, you have maximum three minutes.Beware here, the two E’s do have more potential! 9 (c) Eric Parein
    • 2 plays - 64 points ENTERSecond entry is made. Worth 43 points, total score gets automatically adjusted,as from the Entry button right is employed. 10 (c) Eric Parein
    • 2 plays - 64 points ENTERAgain leftover letter tiles are returned to the stack (lowest free positions). 11 (c) Eric Parein
    • 2 plays - 64 points ENTERThird choice is made. 12 (c) Eric Parein
    • 2 plays - 64 points ENTERThe new task shows up under.Remember, C is also U, E is also M or W, I is also H, and N is also Z ... 13Dubble click to have the concerned tiles turn 90° in place. (c) Eric Parein
    • 2 plays - 64 points ENTERStock of letter tiles do get stacked. (little noise) 14 (c) Eric Parein
    • 3 plays - 115 points ENTERThird entry is made as from Entry button right is employed (within 3 minutes).Worth 51 points, total points automatically do get adjusted. 15 (c) Eric Parein
    • 3 plays - 115 points ENTERThe leftover again goes back to the stack. Keep playing as such.Beware, all 100 letters need to be played somehow, one by one if needed. 16 (c) Eric Parein
    • Words only accredited by WinPuzTry to get record points in as little as possible plays. Register now. ENJOY! 17 (c) Eric Parein