Unolingo: No Clue Crosswords

Unolingo: No Clue Crosswords

100,000 - 500,000 downloads

Pros
  • Extremely difficult (and that's a good thing!)
  • Unique gameplay mechanism
  • Includes 20 puzzles, plus more available for in-app purchase
Cons
  • Visual design could be more pleasing
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Expert's Review
7.0
Great

"Hardcore verbal Jedi masters only"

Reviewed by / Mar 14, 2014

Crossword puzzles sans clues

Hardcore wordmasters rejoice! You've reached an apex with Equazi Enterprizes LLC's Unolingo: No Clue Crosswords.

Each of the puzzles is a 10 by 10 square, already with plenty of letters filled in. Below lies your sole tool: the 26 letters of the alphabet. Each of them fits in a precise place upon the board to form real English words down and across. There are no clues, there is no mercy.

Still too easy for you? Crank the difficulty up to the max, and make your wish upon a star.

A hint function is there to help you out if you get stuck, but that's not much fun, and you'll know in your heart of hearts that you cheated.

I love Equazi Enterprizes LLC's Unolingo: No Clue Crosswords. It's laughably difficult, but absolutely possible. I'm pretty sure completing all the puzzles qualifies you for total word nerd genius.

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Developer's original description available here
If you like crosswords or word games, then you'll love Unolingo, a fun and unique new twist on a traditional crossword puzzle.

Every Unolingo puzzle is a 10 x 10 crossword without clues and 26 empty squares that require the precise placement of each letter in the alphabet.

What a Sudoku puzzle is to numbers, Unolingo is to each letter of the alphabet!

Select from your choice of four difficulty levels and use your word knowledge, reasoning, and deduction skills to complete the puzzle.

Each puzzle is hand-crafted from a carefully curated list of common English words more likely to be heard at a party with friends than in the classroom.

This fascinating word puzzle can generally be completed in 5-15 minutes and is fun for the daily commuter, the casual puzzler, or the serious word buff.

Features:
- 20 introductory puzzles offering hours of enjoyment with additional puzzles available in-app purchase or social media sharing.
- Unique hint and audit functions to help you solve the most difficult puzzles
- Bonus puzzles accessible by sharing your scores and achievements on Facebook
- Flexible design supports casual play, collaboration with friends, or time-based competition.
- Extensive performance statistics to monitor your progress and compare with others.

If you enjoy popular apps such as Wordfeud, Words With Friends, Sudoku, Scramble, 7 Little Words, Word Search, Scrabble or 4 Pics 1 Word, we think you'll love Unolingo.

For more information on Unolingo, visit us at Unolingo.com and follow on Twitter @unolingo. Also check out the Facebook fan page at http://www.facebook.com/unolingo

Recently changed in this version

*** Series 8 puzzles are here! Enjoy 160 brand new puzzles.

*** Special pricing on Series 1 and 2 for a limited time.

*** Gameplay screen no longer kept active to prolong battery life.

*** Did you know that Unolingo is also available on your NOOK Tablet, Kindle Fire, iPhone or iPad?


Comments and ratings for Unolingo: No Clue Crosswords
  • (69)

    by Kari Martin on 05/07/2014

    If you want a different, fun, challenging word game this is it.

  • (69)

    by jamie Kinloch on 18/06/2014

    Love the game only wish I could pause it

  • (69)

    by Tammi Pedro on 06/06/2014

    Great use of words!

  • (69)

    by Nicholas Olson on 19/05/2014

    Great game!

  • (69)

    by Linda Barbee on 26/04/2014

    Just challenging enough.

  • (69)

    by Naomi Etheridge on 04/03/2014

  • (69)

    by Jim Newland on 02/03/2014

    Great for word game fans, except: new puzzle sets are too expensive, particularly when the same words are used over and over and over again across countless puzzles because they have letter combinations in them that make them convenient/simple for the designer to use. EDIT: my original criticism about this was a bit overstated and a lot unfair to the designer(s). There are only so many words ava