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Get ready to be addicted! By the creator of WORD Roundup and Jumble (David L. Hoyt), WORD WINDER is 2 incredibly addictive word games in 1. It's a game of strategy and cunning, of offense and defense, of outwitting your opponents and forming temporary alliances as you lay down and create winding lines of words. With 2 incredibly addictive games in 1, and countless game board combinations, your addiction never needs a cure!
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