• FunBrain’s Word Turtle

    FunBrain’s Word Turtle

    Create your own word searches, or play pre-made puzzles online. The interface is fairly bare-bones but it does what it needs to do – just click on the first letter of a word and...

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  • DailyWordSearch.com


    A daily online-solvable wordsearch, with a neat click-and-drag solving method that makes solving a snap. Also offers puzzle archives and daily tournaments (registration required). Recommended.

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  • SuperKids Word Search Generator

    SuperKids Word Search Generator

    Make your own word searches! A very simple form-method to create puzzles with your own word lists, of almost any size you’d like. The...

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  • Word Search Fun

    Word Search Fun

    More than 30,000 word search puzzles, but the site is marred with an excess of advertisements which can make it tricky to navigate. No online solving – print-outs only.

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  • Quote Acrostics

    Quote Acrostics

    Offers two sample (print offline only) acrostic puzzles, with the option to purchase groups of eight puzzles for $2.00 each.

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  • Printable Acrostic Puzzles

    Printable Acrostic Puzzles

    High-resolution, print-quality PDF acrostic puzzles suitable for printing and solving with pencil and paper. Two new acrostic puzzles are added each day. Hints and solutions available for all puzzles via the web site.

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  • Metacrostics


    Arthur Bloch adds a new twist to an old favorite – instead of “crossword type” clues, the clues here are four-line rhyming poems. (Regular “backup clues” are provided in case you get stuck.)

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  • Sue Gleason’s Double Crostics

    Sue Gleason’s Double Crostics

    Though the site pushes a pay-to-play membership, there are a handful of free “guest” double crostic puzzles to play here, using a custom java applet.

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  • Crauswords Acrostic Puzzle

    Crauswords Acrostic Puzzle

    Offers what appears to be just one online-solvable puzzle, via a java applet. The solving interface works well, though it can be a bit cramped. Hints available if you get stuck.

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  • Acrostics.org


    More like mini-acrostics, these are shorter than normal acrostic puzzles and don’t include the author/source in the first letter of every clue. Competitive play available via free registration.

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