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Mistyblueeyes  (Level: 66.8 - Posts: 5)
Sun, 17th Jun '07 7:07 PM


Hi everyone--newbie here who likes the trivia quizzes and has no clue what a word round or word puzzle entails.. i f anyone has a moment , an explanation of both or either would be greatly appreciated!
Thanks in advance.

Gypsylady  (Level: 148.3 - Posts: 6097)
Sun, 17th Jun '07 8:43 PM

When you click on a Wordround, a screen comes up with a short description. There are always 10 of them. There are mutiple choice answerer with a circle beside each answer. You just choose the correct answer for the description. If you get them all right, you get 100%, 9 right 90%, and etc. Your name appears on the leaderboard according to how well you did. Don't be discouraged, because most of us did well to even get 100% most of the time. As you become more familiar, your accuracy and speed amazingly picks up. These Wordrounds start over at the top of each hour.

When you click on the Wordpuzzle, a screen comes up, with blank squares, and the alphababet below. You choose a letter. If it is correct, it will fill in one of the squares. You start out with 5,000 points. Each time you guess a wrong letter, 100 points are deducted from the 5,000. A running total of your guesses is at the top of the puzzle. There are (5) sets. As soon as you think you know the correct answer, you type it in the space below. If it's correct, the screen goes on to the next puzzle. If it is an incorrect guess, it will tell you, and it cost you 3 moves. These are changed at 8:00 a.m. EST & 8:00 p.m. EST. If you've ever seen the Game show "Wheel of Fortune", it's similar to it or at least that's how I see it.

Hope this helps & Good Luck!!!


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