Word Jubbler is a word game that will appeal to crossword enthusiasts and anybody who enjoys the challenge of word puzzles. As each level increases in difficulty you can get a bigger score but you are always racing against the clock!
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Description: Word Jubbler is a word game that will appeal to crossword enthusiasts and anybody who enjoys the challenge of word puzzles. The object of the game is to make words from sets of letters chosen by the computer. You don't have to use all the letters, but longer words get higher scores. Once you have solved 3 to 5 words (depending on your chosen skill level) you advance to the next level and get an increasing number of letters to use. As each level increases in difficulty you can get a bigger score but you are always racing against the clock!
Word Jubbler keeps a list of your highest scores. You can submit these to our website to compete against other Word Jubbler users worldwide.
* Get help using the Hint and Pass buttons if you get stuck.
* Score bonus points if you finish a level with time to spare or do not use all of your Hints and Passes.
* British and US English spelling is accepted.
* The 'Genius' level of Word Jubbler uses more than 25,000 words - enough to keep you entertained literally for years!
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