Now you can tell your friends about your favorite 7 Little Words moments – from right inside the game on your device! When you finish a puzzle, you will have an option to post or tweet about a clue you particularly liked. You can also add your own wording to the message before you post it.
Sharing will be available for iOS (iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch), Android, Kindle and Nook. Look for the latest update on your device to use these new features.
Seasoned puzzle fans know that newspaper crosswords usually get harder through the week – now that will be true of the “Un-Crossword” also! Each week, 7 Little Words’ Daily Puzzles will be easiest on Monday and get progressively harder through Saturday. On Sundays, we will continue to present themed puzzles of varying difficulty.
Did you know that 7 Little Words is now in paperback?
Having made the leap from digital to paper last year when it began running in newspapers in the U.S. and abroad, our “un-crossword” puzzle is now available in a handy little paperback edition from Andrews McMeel Publishing. Find the new books at Amazon and Barnes & Noble – or ask for them at your favorite local bookseller.
What could we do to celebrate 2 years of 7 Little Words? How about more free puzzles, which is the one thing that everybody seems to want?
Beginning today (and over the next few weeks), a new, free zone of 50 puzzles will begin rolling out across the English language platforms supported by 7 Little Words (iPhone/iPad, Android, Kindle, Nook and Windows 8). An upcoming update will include the new “Robots” zone. Remember, since each app store has different processes, “Robots” will not show up on all devices simultaneously.
Happy puzzling – and thank you very much for your tremendous support of 7 Little Words!
After more than 6 million downloads of 7 Little Words as a mobile app, we are excited to release the first full version for your PC – 7 Little Words for Windows 8. The app was designed in close cooperation with Microsoft, and it will run equally well on your Windows 8 desktop PC, laptop, or mobile device such as the Microsoft Surface tablet.
7 Little Words for Kids is excited to receive the Editor’s Choice Award from Children’s Technology Review, the leading newsletter designed to summarize products and trends in children’s interactive media.
Children’s Technology Review’s Editor and Founder, Warren Buckleitner, called 7 Little Words for Kids “an excellent language enrichment activity” and thus judged it to be one of “the highest quality children’s products in the interactive media category.”
Now your kids have a colorful, exciting 7 Little Words game of their own!
7 Little Words for Kids takes word-finding fun on a journey through seven colorful worlds from Scuba-venture through Dino-World. As you solve the puzzles, you collect stars to unlock the next world. But be careful – using hints will take some of your stars away.
Random puzzle generation allows for endless playability, and a hints feature offers a helping hand in each game. With no possibility of in-app purchasing, 7 Little Words for Kids keeps game play under parents’ control. Also, teachers may appreciate that we participate in Apple’s educational discount program.
If you’ve visited us in the past, you may now notice we have a new website design. In addition to playing a new puzzle every day, you can now learn more about the range of our current and planned projects and easily access tech support. We hope you’ll enjoy the clean, streamlined design that’s organized to help you quickly get to the resources you need.