Wealth Words – Unleash your inner word smith and get puzzling!

Having a Spinal Cord Injury means there are some days that I literally just cannot get out of bed because my body has decided to take the day off, so while my body is resting I like to keep my brain active by playing Wealth Words.

It’s Aussie made: Wealth Words, a new online game created by an Australian tech company, is set to reinvent traditional crossword puzzles in a fun and exciting way, where you can join in on the fun and compete with people across the globe to win cash prizes.

Wealth Words has revitalized the timeless crossword puzzle concept and brought it into the 21st century. The Wealth Words platform is a modern and engaging way to play a game that was created by Arthur Wynne and first published in the Sunday New York in December 1913.

A great brain stimulator, Wealth Words can be completed in as little as 5 minutes from any café, couch, street corner or rainforest in the world… as long as players have an internet connection they are good to go.

So who’s ready for a crossword battle?

Jump on the bandwagon and give that brain of yours a challenge!

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To play, users simply go to the website www.wealthwords.com and register. Once users have purchased tokens, they can begin playing. There are a range of token packages available, starting from $2 for one token.

Users are able to participate in live games, which run for 24 hours. All they need to do is fill in one blank letter for each of the 20 words in the puzzle. Wealth Words is a game of skill, with only one correct answer for each clue, so players must read the clues carefully to make sure they submit the best answers. The winner (or winners) will receive their prize money in their Wealth Words account one hour after the game has concluded.

NOTE: Wealth Words does not promote gambling, it solely promotes a game of skill, not luck. It can be compared to other app games which require users to purchase tokens. However, in the case of Wealth Words, the more entries in a puzzle, the greater the prize pool. Users must be a minimum of 18 age to play.