Word Connect – Words Puzzle is available on the App Store.

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A game to train your brain for free and learn new words, all while having a great time.

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(Spin Digit Editorial):- San Francisco, Aug 28, 2020 (Issuewire.com) – An exciting puzzle game for true word geniuses. The goal of the game is to find all hidden words by swiping the letters to form words. With over 5400 levels, it is easy in the beginning but quickly ramps up in difficulty. As the difficulty increases, you earn more coins for beating levels. You can then use these coins later to buy hints to help solve levels and unlock new game features


With this game, you can easily improve your vocabulary, concentration, and spelling skills. Download this game for free and discover secret words!


What makes Word Connect so special?

– Log in every day for a wonderful daily bonus! You receive 1,500 coins as a sign-up bonus.

– Relax and unwind with a friendly user interface and peaceful music.

– Play with word lists that are created by a person, as opposed to a computer, ensuring that the puzzles are always interesting and fun.

No WiFi? Don’t worry, play Word Connect offline anytime, anywhere! Supported on both iPhone and iPad.

If you are a fan of word games, play this challenging word game and arrange the letters to form awesome words to train your mind, test your skills, broaden your vocabulary and have fun just by swiping on the screen.

Finally, it’s time to discover hidden words and build as many words as possible. One may become easily addicted to playing word games. Users can download the game, enjoy solving puzzles and test their vocabulary to arrange letters to form new words. Word Connect is a puzzle game that everybody loves to play anytime, anywhere.

Download the application – https://apps.apple.com/us/app/word-connect-a-words-puzzle/id1526423784

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Word Connect – A Words Puzzle


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