WordWhizzle

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WordWhizzle

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Store Category Version Last Update Avg. ratings
Android Games - Word 1.1.2 August 25, 2017 4.55

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Version 1.1.0 released on February 22, 2017

Version 1.1.1 released on February 24, 2017

Version 1.1.2 released on August 25, 2017

Version 1.1.3 released on February 26, 2017

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App Description

--- One theme... find the related hidden words! ---
*** Try the new free word game from the makers of WordBubbles! ***

If you’re looking for the next evolution in word games, WordWhizzle is the game for you! How does it work? We give you a topic, and your task is to find the hidden words associated with that theme! With a brand new topic for each level, you’ll enjoy a fun challenge as you identify the hidden words and then swipe up, down, diagonally, and across to build them.

Are you part of the select group of word game and puzzle lovers capable of solving all levels? Play WordWhizzle now and put your skills to the test!

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Seven reasons why you should try WordWhizzle:

• You can play for free!
• It features over 700 themed levels!
• Levels range from easy to hard, but you’ll enjoy all of them!
• A fun way to hone your vocabulary, spelling, and puzzle skills!
• Use hints if you get stuck!
• Connect to Facebook and play WordWhizzle with friends!
• Simple to play, not so easy to beat!

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WordWhizzle is a fun and addictive word game that both casual players and serious word nerds will love! Try it now for free!

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WordWhizzle Ranking History | Games - Word

WordWhizzle daily app ranking in Games - Word category for the last 30 days.

WordWhizzle Worldwide Rankings | Games - Word

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