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The Crosswords Plus game offers over 1,000 professionally designed crossword puzzles at multiple skill levels to challenge all types of players. It is all controlled with the stylus and touch screen to input your answers. Within the crossword puzzles, players will discover 4 different skill levels (Easy, Medium, Hard, and Expert) and an accessible Hint system. Players can work through puzzles at their own pace as they improve their skills. Additionally, new crossword puzzles will be available for download through the SpotPass™ feature at no additional charge (wireless Internet access required). You can also unlock new puzzles by connecting with others through the StreetPass™ feature. And with the new giant-sized puzzles, players will feel like they are working through multiple crossword puzzles at one time.
Please use Parental Controls to restrict 3D access for children 6 and under.
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