Play Lovatts Free Daily Online Wordsearch
Locate the word list at the side or bottom of the screen. Its location will change for landscape or portrait mode. Find all the words from the themed word list in the puzzle grid. Words may be found going forwards, backwards, up, down or diagonally.
As you find a word in the grid, click/tap and drag from one end of the word to the other. If you are correct, the word will be highlighted in the grid and will be crossed off the word list.
See below the puzzle for further instructions.
Click/tap on the letter icon then select any word from the list to reveal all the locations of the first letter of that word for a few seconds. For example, if you were to select the word BALL, all the letter Bs on the word search grid will appear briefly.
Click/tap on the word icon to highlight a whole word at random.
Note: If you use a Letter or Word hint, you won’t be ranked on completion.
The Timer begins counting as soon as you start the word search. If you do not like working against the clock, select Menu and then Hide at the top of the puzzle. Click/tap Show to restore the view.
Click/tap the Timer to pause the puzzle. Click/tap Resume when you wish to restart play.
Click/tap on the Reset button indicated by the circle arrow to reset the word search grid and restart the puzzle.
When you have found and marked off all the words, the remaining letters will reveal the themed answer and then you’ll be shown the Scorecard with your time and rank.
Click/tap RETURN TO MENU to play again.
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About Wordsearch Puzzles
FindaWord, or Word search puzzles have a hidden mystery answer. The words may be placed horizontally, vertically, or diagonally. Cross off the listed words and the leftover letters will reveal an interesting or amusing answer related to the puzzle’s theme.
The word search puzzle (also known as WordSeek, WordFind, FindaWord, WonderWord, etc.) was originally designed and published by Norman E. Gibat in the Selenby Digest on March 1, 1968, in Norman, Oklahoma, although the Spanish puzzle creator Pedro Ocón de Oro was publishing “Sopas de letras” (Spanish “Soup of Letters”) before that date.