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New App for the Kindle – Word Search at the Movies (A Puzzle Game for Kindle)

November 25, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

Here’s a new app for the Kindle!

Word Search at the Movies (A Puzzle Game for Kindle)‘ by Puzzazz is available on the Amazon Kindle site for $1.99! Just click here to download!

Game Description

With this book of hand-crafted puzzles, you can enjoy a fun combination of movies and word search puzzles on your Kindle. There are topics from blockbusters to cult classics, special effects, and more. These word puzzles have something for everyone.

This interactive puzzle book has been designed for ease of use and fun in solving the puzzles. From the fast and easy navigation to the eye-appealing highlighting. Plus, with clear instructions and solving tips, no effort has been spared in making a great experience for puzzle lovers.

These are some of the best puzzles you’ll find anywhere. So, whether you’re a cinematographer or a casual movie buff, you’ll be both challenged and delighted as you find movie titles, names of actors, and other subjects you know about movies. You might just discover a few new movies you need to see.



Be sure to check out Amazon’s Popular Kindle Games & Active Content page for a review of the top games available! And if you want to see the apps as a bestseller list, check out the Bestsellers in Kindle Games & Active Content!

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