- A thousand crosswords not enough for you? Try Wordsearch, Anagrams, and Word of the Day!
- Crosswords Plus offers over 1,000 professionally designed crossword puzzles at multiple skill levels to challenge any player, all controlled with the stylus and touch screen.
- Play anywhere and anytime with fresh, new content delivered right to your Nintendo 3DS. While on the train, in the park, or relaxing at a coffee shop, you can receive and share bonus puzzles with the StreetPass? feature.
List Price: $29.99
Crosswords PLUS Description
Reviews By Michael Kerner : Date October 1, 2012
There have been so many puzzle games that really have tested your mind as well as your control from video games on the go. When Nintendo unveiled the 3DS, they have had few games that have been real mental benders other than the classic puzzle arcade games like Tetris Axis, or games that have been downloaded through the Nintendo’s 3DS eShop. But, they have decided to bring back an overlooked game from the Nintendo DS that really was challenging, fun and addictive. When Crosswords came out in 2008, the game was filled with really challenging puzzles that have been worth its effort and money. But sadly, the game was heavily overlooked in favor of other puzzle games like Brain Age and Big Brain Academy.
Reviews By Nicholas Rawlins : Date October 21, 2012
I normally don’t buy puzzle video games like crosswords, word searches, sudoku, etc. For some reason I was in the mood to get this one day, and I haven’t regretted it since. The overall presentation is great. It doesn’t feel like a cheap bargain bin game. The production values are quite nice.
The one thing that surprised me the most was just how much content there was packed into this game. There are literally over 1000 crosswords, with new ones added weekly via spot pass. The giant, jumbo crosswords are a lot of fun as well, and can take quite a while to finish sometimes. I only wish there were more jumbos, but there are plenty of the smaller ones to last a long time.
In addition to crossword puzzles, it also packs in word searches and anagram puzzles that can be quite challenging at times. In fact, my only problem with the anagrams is they can be sometimes too challenging. More than a few times I was questioning some of their so-called words they wanted me to find, but you get the hang of it quick.
As far as controls go, its really quite intuitive. For the crosswords you have to handwrite each letter on the touchscreen one at a time. If it sounds a little slow, don’t worry, its quick and easy. My only problem is that it never seems to recognize my ‘K’s, ‘Y’s and ‘R’s.
Reviews By Rodolfo Cruz : Date November 19, 2012
if you buy the eshop digital version on 3ds..and register at club nintendo… then nintendo will give you a free game..donkey kong aracde version..
the arcade version of donkey kong has never been released until now.
offer ends jan 6,2013..