WONDERWORD first entered syndication in Edmonton and Montreal in 1970. Andrews McMeel Syndication of Kansas City assumed syndication rights in 1980. It appears in 2 formats: A 15 x 15 grid Monday through Saturday and 20 x 20 for Sunday editions. For space reasons, some Sunday newspapers carry a 15 x 15 version under the name of TELEWORD.
WONDERWORD was created by Canadian author Jo Ouellet, and starting in 1980, David Ouellet started helping his mother in the creation of the puzzles. By 1984 David was creating the majority of WONDERWORDs, and his name appeared as co-author in 1994. After Jo Ouellet's untimely passing in 1997, David continued the feature.
In all formats, it appears in some 250 newspapers around the world.
We know you love to play Wonderword on our website. Well now you can play on your Smart phone or tablet.
So we welcome you to the official App for Wonderword , and exclusively on our App, we are offering a free puzzle 3 times a week. As usual, there will be a variety of themes and challenges offered.
Heres how to play: Look at the word list, find the words, circle the word and at the end when all the words are found, the Wonderword/solution will appear.
Wonderword is known to be the worlds greatest word search. We hear from our fans that WONDERWORD is the most challenging word searches and guaranteed to exercise the brain.
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