Every Word: Crossings – Review Introduction
Every Word: Crossings is a word puzzle game from Amazon Digital Services. This game was originally released in September 2011. Every Word: Crossings is a free game and is currently rated 4.6 stars, with over 30 customer reviews on Amazon.
Every Word: Crossings – Main Takeaways
Every Word: Crossings is similar to the original Every Word, in that you are given letter tiles and blank slots, and asked to form words. The difference comes in that this version of Every Word is in crossword puzzle format. There are once again two formats to this game, the timed version and relaxed version as well.
Every game starts with 5 or more letter tiles at the top, and in order to pass to the next level, you must find at least one word using all the letter tiles available. Once you find the longest word, you can continue to find words for more points, or you can move on to the next level, same as in the previous game.
This version does have the same draw back as the first game, however. You always have the choice to resume the game where you left off, or to start a new game. However, when you start a new game, you must start again at level one.
Every Word: Crossings – Conclusion and Overall Rating
Amazon knew they had a hit with Every Word, and this sequel is definitely a hit as well. Every Word: Crossings is addictive and fun, with enough of a challenge to make you think but not enough to make your head hurt. I’d give Every Word: Crossings a 5 star review, and suggest you give it a try if you liked the original game or if you like word games at all.