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Third party DRM: Steam

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The unique word puzzle which combines the skill of Sudoku with the knowledge of Scrabble®. Lexica has been featured in a number of UK daily newspapers but is now available for the first time in an interactive form.

Slide the letters into position to form words and solve the puzzle. It’s easy to get started, watch the tutorial, pick a level of difficulty to suit you and get puzzling. Improve your times, work through the levels and become a Lexica word master. Lexica is packed with word puzzles in 3 levels of difficulty.

Key Features:

  • Great interactive tutorial to help you learn the ropes quickly and easily

  • 12 puzzles per pack with 8 packs for each difficulty level!

  • 3 levels of difficulty – easy, medium and hard – take you from novice to expert

  • A total of 288 rounds to play throughout!

  • Measure your progress with live stats and ratings

  • Run in small window mode for a quick challenge while using other applications

  • Complete all 13 Steam achievements to prove your skills to friends!

Customer reviews


Its ok for a bit

Brownninja97 | May 5, 2015 | See all Brownninja97's reviews »

This game is a casual game a bit like Boggle or Scabble, it has your standard level of features, a bit cookie cutter at that in some places but i cant really complain as its not expensive and you kind of know what you are getting into by looking at the screenshots above. its not a very long game either and there are a few bugs that you might run into and the game crashed once on we. Id say that this is more of a mobile sort of game which would be better there. Its nice for the younger audience as well id say if you wish to help teach a child as things like this are known to really help with the development of writing, understanding and reading skills at least I know there were similar and inferior programs available when i was younger.