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David L. Hoyt's Word Rodeo
Synopses & Reviews
David L. Hoyt's puzzles are the most popular word-based games featured on Viacom's gaming megasite Shockwave. Now, David has compiled an innovative and challenging assortment of long- and short-playing word-search games, complete with all the bells and whistles his online fans have come to expect: multiple search strategies, anagram- and picture-based puzzles, and more. So get your pencils ready and prepare to lasso some of the wildest word-search puzzles ever set to paper!
David L. Hoyt's word searches have a huge fan following on Shockwave, Viacom's wildly successful digital gaming site. In fact, they're Shockwave's most popular word-based puzzle. Sit & Solve Word Rodeo features both long- and short-playing searches, complete with all the bells and whistles online players have come to expect: multiple scoring strategies, anagram- and riddle-based searches, and more.
Give your traditional sudoku solving a shot of extra fun! Tic-Tac-Doku is a variant that's played with Xs and Os and based on tic-tac-toe rules. Fans of logic puzzles will find this twist on two classic formats simply irresistible. Choose from easy, medium, and hard challenges.
These innovative puzzles combine the thrill of word searches with the multidirectional gameplay of Boggle. Hunt for words that slither, meander, and word-wind their way up, down, and side-to-side through deceptively simple-looking grids of letters. Try to see if you can work your way through these challenging conundrums from the mind of David L. Hoyt.
About the Author
In print, David L. Hoyt's puzzles and games--including JUMBLE, Scrabblegrams, and Boggle Brainbusters--are seen and played by millions of people each day in newspapers such as USA Today, the Boston Globe, and the Washington Post. Hoyt's games are also available online on several major game sites, including Viacom's Shockwave (where he is the undisputed king of word-based puzzles), and on various mobile devices. David lives in Chicago, IL.
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