Word Search Maker
A Word Search Player for the Web
Create and add crosswords on your site without having to code. Try it yourself with this sample PuzzleMe embed:
PuzzleMe™ Word Search enables creators to add rich and engaging multimedia to the game. Images, GIFs, videos and audio files stimulate the senses and provide additional context. Besides enhancing player experience, brands and publishers use multimedia to showcase products or to create themed, visually-appealing games.
Live examples: Morning Brew
Languages for inclusivity and diversity are at the heart of PuzzleMe. The platform empowers creators to create Word Searches in 28+ global languages including a few Indian regional languages. This transcends the game itself and reaches the UI for a complete native experience to the players.
Increase complexity to a PuzzleMe Word Search game by adding clues instead of the words. Creators can combine the best of a crossword puzzle, i.e. solving a clue, with a Word Search. To these clues, by adding the word length of the answer leads the player to make reasonable guesses.
The assist features in a Word Search game are designed to enhance players’ experience. The “hint” feature highlights a starting letter of a word from the grid to guide players. Another feature that solvers use is “reveal” to complete the grid and discover difficult to spot words in the grid. Usage of assist features leads to a penalty to the player’s game score.
Live example: The L.A. Times
Krazy Word Search
A unique feature of PuzzleMe’s Word Search is to create a Krazy Word Search. Enabling “Scale letters” and “Rotate letters” transforms the letters in the grid to be of varying sizes and rotate in differing degrees, respectively. These options can be used in combination or independent of each other. It truly creates a complex but immersive play experience.
The widget below is a live PuzzleMe iframe. The iframe’s height, width and other parameters can be customized in the embed code. In a real deployment, puzzles can be set up with a publication time in advance, and automatically appear in the picker after their publication time.