Daily Word Search Puzzle

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Top 33 Best Word Search Puzzles in 2021

We have great collection of word search puzzles online and new topics are being added regularly.
They are fun to play, but also educational and absolutely free.
Just select a puzzle from below and start the game or print it out.

The Word Search Battle Overview

This is a free online word search puzzle. You can play single player game or the real-time game against your friend. Solve puzzles now and see whether your word search skills improve!

Playing Word Search puzzle General Instructions

The goal of this free word search game is to find and mark all the words hidden inside the grid. The game will provide a list of hidden words. The words can be horizontal, vertical, and diagonal. Sometimes the words may even be backwards.

The Real-time Battle Game Instructions

The goal of The Real-time Battle game is to find more words than your opponent. Both Players have the same game at the same time (real-time). When one player finds a word another player sees that word is marked and can't cross it again. The player who finds more words wins a battle.

Play Word Search Battle Puzzle Against Your Friend Demo

Play Against Your Friend Instructions

To play against your friend, both players go to game page at WordSearchBattle.io

  1. One of the players starts a new game, then gets "Game Code" and tells it to a friend.
  2. The other player can join the game by using "Game Code"

You can play several games with the same opponent together if you click "Play again" after each game ends.

Things You Don't Know About Word Search Puzzles

  • Word Search is a relatively new puzzle game. The American word search first appeared in 1968 in the Selenby Digest in Norman, Oklahoma.
  • The easiest-to-spot letters are Q, J, X and Z.
  • Speaking the word you are searching for aloud can stimulate your brain to spot the word quicker.

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