- DailyMail.com readers have landed on America’s biggest FREE puzzle site
- GuessWord, MasterQuiz, Quick Crossword and Word Wheel are favorites
- Click HERE to access the page on your smartphone, tablet or web browser
Thousands of readers are playing DailyMail.com’s brand new FREE puzzle page – and quickly found some addictive favorites they just can’t stop playing!
The new section is America’s largest and best puzzles page, and it’s completely free – with a dazzling range of crosswords, number games, quizzes and teasers.
And more than any other, players have become hooked on GuessWord – the brilliant variation on America’s favorite five-letter guessing game.
More than half the players that started playing GuessWord on any given day wound up completing it, data showed.
But be advised, you’re being timed. Through DailyMail.com leaderboards, players are charting their performance in a race to find the mystery word in record time.
DailyMail.com’s new puzzles page is accessible through smartphone, tablet and desktop web browsers and offers crosswords, number games, quizzes and teasers
GuessWord puts a spin on the famous five-letter guessing game, but provides players with one letter which appears once in the word, preventing them from starting each game with the same word
Second most popular in the section is MasterQuiz – a quickfire six-round, multiple-choice quiz that will test you on not just your general, historical, scientific knowledge, but also how closely you’ve been keeping up with the news.
Word games have proven a hit – Word Wheel, Quick Crossword and the Mail’s very own MailWord are also ranking.
Players have the choice of dozens of other types of daily puzzles and later thousands more in the archive, accessible on your smartphone, tablet and desktop web browser.
And unlike our rivals, there are no subscriptions – and no catch! Those more comfortable with numbers than words can choose from an assortment of classic Japanese number puzzles, including Futoshiki, Hidato, KenKen, Suguru and Suko.
Meanwhile, Sudoku Ultra is the most user-friendly deployment of the classic number game, allowing players to enter possible values into each empty box, and to conveniently eliminate them once a definite selection is made.
Brain training exercises will allow readers to work on their critical thinking, while various quizzes will allow them to test their general knowledge.
MasterQuiz will test you on not just your general, historical, scientific knowledge, but also how well you’ve been keeping up with the news
Daily Mail’s GuessWord is unique in that it gives players six chances to find a five-letter word, uncovering which letters and where they appear along the way.
Unlike popular interpretations of the game, at the very beginning players are provided with a single letter which occurs once within the mystery word.
Knowing that the letter features at least once prevents them from having to enter a random word to get the game started.