Jigsaw Words: A New Free Word Game for Kindle

Amazon released another free game for the Kindle yesterday called Jigsaw Words, making it the eleventh free game that Amazon has made specifically for the Kindle (sorry, it won’t work with the Kindle apps, just Kindle devices).

Jigsaw words is a word game with some twists. It’s kind of a mix between a crossword puzzle and a word jumble. It’s pretty entertaining, but is a little on the easy side.

Here’s the description via Amazon:

Jigsaw Words is a word game that challenges you to combine groups of letters into words that match the clues given.

In each Jigsaw Words puzzle, you start with a set of 10 clues. You also have a set of randomly arranged puzzle pieces with letters on them. Your goal is to solve the clues in the puzzle by arranging the puzzle pieces so that the letters form the word that matches each clue. Start with the easiest clues first. As you use each puzzle piece, it is removed from play, making it easier to find the more difficult matches. You can also shuffle the grid of puzzle pieces at any time for a different perspective.

Jigsaw Words has 100 puzzles and each puzzle has 10 clues to solve. The puzzles are organized into 10 themed categories like Holidays and Animals, and you can use the theme to help you solve the clues.

If you enjoy working with words and patterns, try Jigsaw Words and test your ability to build words today!

Jigsaw Words (A Free Word Game for Kindle)

2 Responses to “Jigsaw Words: A New Free Word Game for Kindle”

  1. …and it is only available, as most of the games and other programs (ie Notepad) in the US. We can’t get them here in Canada, so most likely neither can folks in the UK and other Kindle ‘outlets’ ?

    • I don’t see what Amazon’s reasoning is for that. You’d think they’d be willing to market a game they created themselves to wider audience than just the US. I don’t know what their excuse is this time; they can’t blame regional restrictions on publishers like they do ebooks.