Wordwheel Player Update
We just wanted to let you know that we have implemented the most common piece of feedback we have received, which is to do with the wordwheel puzzle.
Whilst many people love playing this game, quite a lot of you have found it troublesome to be able to find every word we have in one sitting.
Therefore we have just added a 'save game' option to the wordwheel puzzles - you'll now see the familiar blue button from other games appear with our wordwheel puzzles.
So, once you've got stuck, but if you want to come back and finish the puzzle later, now you can - without having to go back to the beginning!
When progress is slow to come by, simply click 'save game'. We'll store the list of words you've found thus far.
Then, when you come back to the puzzle and play it again, we'll show all the words you've already found, and you can carry on from where you left off.
We hope that this tool will be useful and helps you enjoy wordwheels even more, without the daunting element of having to try to find all the words in one go!
Remember if you have any other thoughts or comments, please do drop us a line, we always love to hear from members and helping out or implementing suggestions where we possibly can. Happy puzzling!
Date written: 28 Jul 2015
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