Wordscapes Daily Answers (2024)

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Wordscapes is one of the most popular free-to-play mobile word games. Players are given a set of random letters that they must swipe in various directions to form words and fill out a crossword puzzle.

The game has more than 6,000 levels, but you can also play a puzzle that's updated every day. Wordscape Daily Puzzle is more challenging than the pre-set levels, as it contains more words that you need to uncover and, therefore, more letters to work with.

If you get stuck, you can request a hint by pressing the lightbulb button. The first 3 hints are free, but once you're out of those, you need to pay with coins for additional help. If you're out of both hints and coins, you can consult our article, as we update it daily with the current day's Wordscapes answers.

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Below is the list of all Wordscapes answers, sorted in reverse chronological order, separated by month. The list will be updated every day!

Related: Today’s Wordle Answer

March 2024

  • March 12 - AIRS, OARS, OURS, SAVIOR, SAVOR, SOAR, SOUR, VARIOUS, VIRUS, VISA, VISOR
  • March 11 - CORE, COVE, COVER, EVER, OVER, RECOVER, ROVE, ROVER, VEER
  • March 10 - CREEP, CREPE, EPIC, ICE, IRE, PEER, PER, PIC, PIE, PIECE, PIER, PRICE, RECIPE, REP, RICE, RIP, RIPE
  • March 9 - HEIR, HER, HIRE, HIT, HITTER, IRE, RITE, THE, THEIR, TIE, TIER,TIRE, TRITE
  • March 8 - ACE, ACNE, ALE, CAN, CANE, CLAN, CLEAN, CLUE, CUE, LACE, LANCE, LANE, LEAN, NAN, NUANCE, NUN, UNCLE, UNCLEAN
  • March 7 - EGG, GEL, GLUE, GURGLE, JUG, JUGGLE, JUGGLER, LEG, LUG, LUGE, LURE, RUE, RUG, RULE, URGE
  • March 6 - NOPE, OPEN, PEER, PEON, PORE, PREEN, PRONE, REOPEN, REPO, ROPE
  • March 5 - AGO, ALL, ALONG, ANGLO, GAL, GALL, GALLON, GOAL, LAG, LOAN, LOG, LONG, NAG
  • March 4 - LET, LURE, LUTE, RUE, RULE, RUT, TRUE, TURTLE, UTTER
  • March 3 - ABBOT, ACT, BAT, BOA, BOAT, BOB, BOBCAT, BOT, CAB, CAT, COAT, COB, COT, OAT, TAB, TACO
  • March 2 - AHA, ALL, ALLAY, HALL, HALLWAY, HAY, LAW, LAY, WALL, WAY, WHY
  • March 1 - EASE, EVASIVE, EVE, SAVE, SEA, SEE, SIEVE, VASE, VIA, VIE, VISA, VISE, VIVA

February 2024

  • February 29 - ALAS, ASSAULT, ATLAS, LASS, LAST, LATS, LUST, SALSA, SALT, SLAT
  • February 28 - CREEP, CREPE, CREPT, ERECT, PEEP, PEER, PERT, PRECEPT, PREP, TREE
  • February 27 - AIMS, AMINO, INNS, IONS, MAIN, MANSION, MASON, MOAN
  • February 26 - DODGE, DODGER, DOE, DOG, EGO, GOD, GORE, ODD, ODDER, ODE, OGRE, ORE, RED, REDO, ROD, RODE
  • February 25 - IMPLY, IMPS, LIMP, LIPS, LISP, SIMPLY, SLIM, SLIP
  • February 24 - AIL, ALL, ANVIL, ILL, LAIN, NAIL, NIL, VAIN, VAN, VIA, VIAL, VILLA, VILLAIN
  • February 23 - COST, COT, ITS, MIST, MOIST, MOST, OMIT, SIM, SIT, SITCOM, STOIC, TIC, TIS
  • February 22 - AMMO, ATOM, MAMMOTH, MATH, MOAT, MOMMA, MOTH, OATH
  • February 21 - CHILE, CHIVE, EVIL, HEEL, HIVE, LEECH, LICE, LIVE, VEHICLE, VEIL, VICE, VILE
  • February 20 - AIL, AIR, ARC, CAN, CANAL, CAR, CARNAL, CRAN, CRANIAL, LAIN, LAIR, LIAR, NAIL, NIL, RACIAL, RAIL, RAIN, RAN
  • February 19 - FIG, FIGURE, FIR, FIRE, FUR, GRIEF, IRE, REF, RIFE, RIG, RUE, RUG, URGE
  • February 18 - AFIRE, AIR, AQUIFER, ARE, EAR, ERA, FAIR, FAR, FARE, FEAR, FIR, FIRE, FUR, IRE, REF, RIFE, RUE
  • February 17 - DELI, DIED, FIDDLE, FIELD, FILE, FLED, IDLE, LIED, LIFE
  • February 16 - ERR, TOE, ORE, TORE, OTTER, TORT, RETORT, TOT, RETRO, TOTE, ROT, TROT, ROTE
  • February 15 - AWARD, WARD, AWAY, WARY, AWRY, WAYWARD, DRAW, YARD
  • February 14 - IRE, RISE, RUE, RUSE, SIR, SIRE, SUE, SURE, SURVIVE, USE, USER, VIE, VIRUS, VISE
  • February 13 - ADO, ALL, DOLL, DOLLAR, DROLL, LAD, LOAD, LORD, OAR, OLD, ORAL, RAD, ROAD, ROD, ROLL
  • February 12 - NOPE, NOSE, ONE, OPEN, OPS, PEN, PEON, POKE, POSE, SON, SOP, SPOKE, SPOKEN
  • February 11 - DEER, DEN, DUE, DUN, DUNE, END, ENDURE, NERD, NUDE, RED, REND, RUDE, RUE, RUN, UNDER, URN
  • February 10 - ALE, EASE, EASEL, EEL, ELSE, LEASE, SALE, SEA, SEAL, SEE, SLEAZE, ZEAL
  • February 9 - CON, CONE, CONQUER, CORE, CORN, CRONE, CUE, CURE, EURO, NOR, ONCE, ONE, ORE, OUNCE, OUR, RUE, RUN, URN
  • February 8 - AGO, ALONG, ANGLO, GAL, GOAL, GOO, GOON, LAG, LAGOON, LOAN, LOG, LOGO, LONG, LOON, NAG
  • February 7 - ALL, ALLOY, LAY, LOYAL, OAR, ORAL, ORALLY, RALLY, RAY, ROLL, ROYAL, ROYALLY
  • February 6 - DOWRY, DROWSY, RODS, ROSY, ROWDY, ROWS, SWORD, WORD
  • February 5 - QUIET, QUIT, QUITE, QUITTER, RITE, TIER, TIRE, TRITE, TRUE, UTTER
  • February 4 - ANT, ANY, NASTY, NAY, SAT, SAX, SAY, STAY, SYNTAX, TAN, TAX
  • February 3 - COST, COTS, CUSTOM, CUTS, MOST, MUST, OUST, OUTS, SCOUT, SCUM
  • February 2 - ACORN, ARC, CAN, CAR, CON, CORN, NOR, OAR, ORCA, RAN, RANCOR, ROAN, ROAR
  • February 1 - ALL, AWFULLY, FALL, FLAW, FLAY, FLU, FLY, FULL, LAW, LAWFUL, LAY, WALL, WAY

January 2024

  • January 31 - GILT, GIRL, GIRTH, GRIT, HILT, LIGHT, RIGHT, RIGHTLY
  • January 30 - CEDE, CUES, DEUCE, DUES, SCUD, SEDUCE, SEED, SUCCEED, SUED, SUEDE, USED
  • January 29 - BEER, BEES, BERRIES, ERRS, IRES, RIBS, RISE, RISER, SEER, SIRE
  • January 28 - ASH, ASP, HAS, LAP, LASH, PAL, SAP, SASH, SLAP, SLASH, SPA, SPLASH
  • January 27 - CON,CONE, CONFER, CORE, CORN, CRONE, FERN, FOE, FOR, FORCE, FORE, FRO, NOR, ONCE, ONE, ORE, REF
  • January 26 - DEER, DIRE, DUE, IRE, QUEER, QUERIED, QUID, RED, RID, RIDE, RUDE, RUE
  • January 25 - CEDE, CITE, DECEIT, DICE, DIET, EDICT, EDIT, ICE, TEE, TIC, TIDE, TIE
  • January 24 - DELI, DIED, DIRE, DRIED, IDLE, LIED, RIDDLE, RIDE, RILE
  • January 23 - EEL, ERR, EVE, EVER, EYE, LEER, LEVER, REEL, RELY, REVEL, REVELRY, RYE, VEER, VERY
  • January 22 - ERR, FEE, FEET, FERRET, FETE, FREE, FREER, FRET, REEF, REF, REFER, TEE, TREE
  • January 21 - DON, DUN, DUO, NOD, NOUN, NUN, ONUS, SOD, SON, SOUND, SUN, UNDO, UNSOUND
  • January 20 - EELS, ELDEST, ELSE, LEST, LETS, SEED, SLED, SLEET, STEEL, TEES
  • January 19 - IMP, MOM, MOP, MUM, OMIT, OPIUM, OPT, OPTIMUM, OUT, PIT, POT, POUT, PUT, TIP, TOP
  • January 18 - ARE, AWE, EAR, ERA, EVE, EVER, EWE, RAVE, RAW, VEER, WAR, WAVE, WAVER, WEAR, WEAVE, WEAVER, WEE, WERE
  • January 17 - HURT, HUT, RUSH, RUST, RUT, SHUT, STRUT, THRU, THRUST, THUS, TRUST, TRUTH, TUSH
  • January 16 - FIFTY, FORT, FORTIFY, IFFY, RIFF, RIFT, RIOT, TRIO
  • January 15 - MESS, MIX, MIXES, SEX, SEXISM, SIM, SIS, SIX
  • January 14 - ARE, BAR, BARE, BEAR, BEAVER, BEE, BEER, BRA, BRAVE, EAR, ERA, EVE, EVER, RAVE, VEER, VERB
  • January 13 - ALE, ALL, ALLEY, AYE, EQUAL, EQUALLY, LAY, QUELL, YEA, YELL
  • January 12 - ART, HAT, RAT, RAW, TAR, TART, THAT, THAW, THWART, WAR, WART, WATT, WHAT, WRATH
  • January 11 - COIN, CON, CORN, ICON, INCUR, INN, ION, IRON, NOR, NOUN, NUN, OUR, RUIN, RUN, UNICORN, UNION, URN
  • January 10 - HINT, KING, KNIGHT, KNIT, NIGH, NIGHT, THIN, THING, THINK
  • January 9 - FEE, FEET, FEINT, FETE, FIFTEEN, FIN, FINE, FIT, NET, NIT, TEE, TEEN, TEN, TIE, TIN
  • January 8 - HER, ICE, ORE, CHI, HOE, IRE, CORE, ECHO, HERO, HIRE, RICE, RICH, HEIR, CHOIR, CHORE, OCHRE, HEROIC
  • January 7 - DEEP, PEST, PETS, SEED, STEP, TEES, SPED, SEEP, SPEED, STEEP, TEPEE, SEEPED, DEEPEST
  • January 6 - ACNE, CANE, CAPE, PACE, PANE, NAPE, PECAN, APACE, PANACEA
  • January 5 - EVE, ORE, ERR, REM, EVER, MERE, MORE, MOVE, OVER, ROVE, VEER, ROVER, MOVER, REMOVE, REMOVER
  • January 4 - DEN, END, SIN, DIN, DINE, SIDE, SINE, SNIDE, INSIDE
  • January 3 - SEE, SET, TEE, REST, TEST, TREE, SEER, STEER, RESET, TERSE, STREET
  • January 2 - ACE, AND, CAN, DEN, END, VAN, CAD, VAC, ACNE, CANE, CAVE, DEAN, VANE, NAVE, VEND, DANCE, ADVANCE
  • January 1 - ORE, CORE, COVE, LOVE, OVER, ROLE, LORE, ROVE, VOLE, COVER, LOVER, CLOVE, CLOVER

December 2023

  • December 31 - FOLD, FOND, FOUL, FUND, LOUD, UNDO, FOUND, UNFOLD
  • December 30 - ACNE, CANE, CANOE, COIN, CONE, ICON, NICE, OCEAN, OCEANIC, ONCE
  • December 29 - EWE, NEW, NEWNESS, SEE, SEEN, SENSE, SEW, SEWN, WEE
  • December 28 - EMU, MERE, MUSE, REM, RESUME, REUSE, RUE, RUM, RUSE, SEE, SEEM, SEER, SERUM, SUE, SUM, SURE, USE, USER
  • December 27 - AGE, ALE, EGG, GAG, GAGGLE, GAL, GALE, GAUGE, GEL, GLUE, GULAG, LAG, LEG, LUG, LUGE, LUGGAGE
  • December 26 - OPT, PET, PIE, PIT, POET, POT, TIE, TIP, TIPTOE, TOE, TOP, TOT, TOTE
  • December 25 - BELL, BELLOW, BELOW, BLEW, BLOW, BOLL, BOWL, ELBOW, LOBE, WELL
  • December 24 - LORE, LOSE, LOSER, LOVE, LOVER, ORES, OVER, ROLE, ROSE, ROVE, SERVO, SOLE, SOLVE, SOLVER, SORE, VOLE
  • December 23 - ENTER, ENTRY, REENTRY, RENT, RENTER, RETRY, TEEN, TERN, TREE
  • December 22 - DIN, DIP, DUN, INPUT, NIP, NIT, NUT, PIN, PINT, PIT, PUN, PUNDIT, PUNT, PUT, TIN, TIP, UNIT
  • December 21 - ACNE, CAFE, CANE, CANINE, FACE, FINANCE, FINE, INANE, NICE, NINE
  • December 20 - ELMS, ISLE, LIES, LIME, MILE, SIMILE, SLIM, SLIME, SMILE
  • December 19 - ARE, THERE, DEAR, DEER, EAR, ERA, ERR, ERRED, RAD, RARE, READ, REAR, RED, REREAD
  • December 18 - AIR, ARROW, OAR, RAW, ROAR, ROW, WAR, WARRIOR
  • December 17 - AGE, ALE, ALL, ALLEGE, EAGLE, EEL, GAL, GALE, GALL, GEE, GEL, GLEE, LAG, LEG, LEGAL
  • December 16 - ABLE, AIL, ALE, ALL, BAIL, BALE, BALL, BELL, BILE, BILL, ILL, LAB, LABEL, LIABLE, LIBEL, LIE
  • December 15 - FIG, FIGHT, FILTH, FIT, FLIGHT, GIFT, GILT, GIT, HILT, HIT, LIFT, LIGHT, LIT, TIL
  • December 14 - BUST, BUSY, BUTS, BUYS, TUBS, STUB, TUBBY, STUBBY
  • December 13 - COIL, CORE, ICE, IRE, LICE, LIE, LORE, OIL, ORE, RECOIL, RELIC, RICE, RILE, ROLE
  • December 12 - EEK, EKE, ESTEEM, MEEK, MEEKEST, MEET, MET, SEE, SEEK, SEEM, SET, SKEET, STEM, TEE
  • December 11 - DIG, DRY, GIRL, GRID, IDLY, LID, RID, RIG, RIGID, RIGIDLY
  • December 10 - CITE, CRICK, CRICKET, ICE, IRE, KIT, KITE, RICE, RITE, TIC, TICK, TICKER, TIE, TIER, TIRE, TREK, TRICK, TRIKE
  • December 9 - ARC, ARCH, CAR, CAROL, CHAR, CHORAL, COAL, COLA, CORAL, HALO, OAR, ORAL, ORCA, ROACH
  • December 8 - CELL, CELLO, CLOSE, CLOSELY, COY, LOSE, SELL, SLY, SOLE, SOLELY, SOY, YELL, YES
  • December 7 - ERR, IRE, PEP, PER, PIE, PIER, PIPE, PIPER, PREP, REP, RIP, RIPE, RIPER, RIPPER
  • December 6 - CHUTE, CUTE, ETCH, KEPT, KETCHUP, PECK, PUCK, TECH, TUCK
  • December 5 - CORE, COURIER, CRIER, CUE, CURE, ERR, EURO, ICE, IRE, ORE, OUR, RECUR, RICE, RUE
  • December 4 - ALLAY, ALLY, CALF, CALL, CLAY, FALL, FALLACY, FLAY, LACY
  • December 3 - CLONE, CON, CONE, ECHELON, ECHO, EEL, HEEL, HEN, HENCE, HOE, HOLE, HONE, LEECH, LONE, NOEL, ONCE, ONE
  • December 2 - EXERT, EXPERT, PEER, PER, PERT, PET, PRETEXT, REP, TEE, TEXT, TREE
  • December 1 - BIB, BIN, BIO, BOB, BORN, BRO, ION, IRON, NOR, ORB, RIB, RIBBON, ROB, ROBIN

November 2023

  • November 30 - DEFUSE, DUE, FED, FEE, FUSE, SEE, SUE, SUEDE, USE
  • November 29 - ACT, ANT, ANTI, ATTIC, CAN, CAT, INTACT, NIT, TACIT, TACT, TAINT, TAN, TIC, TIN, TINT, TITAN
  • November 28 - ARRIVAL, AVAIL, LAIR, LARVA, LAVA, LIAR, RAIL, RIVAL, VIAL, VIRAL
  • November 27 - BONE, BONK, BORE, BORN, BORNE, BRO, BROKE, BROKEN, KNOB, NOR, ONE, ORB, ORE, ROB, ROBE
  • November 26 - EMPRESS, MERE, MESS, PEER, PRESS, REPS, SEEM, SEEP, SEER, SEES, SPERM, SPREE
  • November 25 - COIN, CON, CONVICT, COT, ICON, INTO, ION, NIT, NOT, TIC, TIN, TON, TONIC, VINO
  • November 24 - ALE, ALL, ALLUDE, DALE, DEAL, DELL, DUAL, DUE, DUEL, DULL, LAD, LADLE, LED
  • November 23 - ARM, ARMADA, DAM, DRAMA, MAD, MAR, RAD, RAM
  • November 22 - ELM, EMU, LET, LUMP, LUTE, MELT, MET, MULE, MUM, MUTE, PELT, PET, PLUM, PLUME, PLUMMET, PUT, TEMP
  • November 21 - ACT, AIR, ARC, ARCTIC, ART, CACTI, CAR, CART, CAT, CIRCA, RAT, TAR, TIC
  • November 20 - HEIR, HER, HIRE, HIS, IRE, ISLE, LIE, RELISH, RILE, RISE, SHE, SHIRE, SIR, SIRE
  • November 19 - IRIS, ITS, PIT, RIP, SIP, SIR, SIT, SPIRIT, SPIT, STIR, STRIP, TIP, TIS, TRIP
  • November 18 - BONE, BORE, BORN, BORNE, BRO, BRONZE, BRONZER, ERR, NOR, ONE, ORB, ORE, REBORN, ROB, ROBE, ZERO, ZONE
  • November 17 - AGE, AGILE, AIL, ALE, ALL, GAL, GALE, GALL, GEL, GILL, ILL, ILLEGAL, LAG, LEG, LEGAL, LIE
  • November 16 - DINE, DUNE, FEND, FEUD, FIEND, FIND, FINE, FUND, NUDE, UNIFIED
  • November 15 - INN, ION, NOUN, NUN, ONUS, SIN, SON, SUN, UNION, UNISON
  • November 14 - ION, NOISE, NOSE, ONE, SESSION, SIN, SINE, SIS, SON
  • November 13 - AIL, AIM, ALUM, CALCIUM, CALM, CAM, CLAIM, CLAM, LAM, MAIL, MAUL, MICA, MIL
  • November 12 - CREME, CREW, CREWMEN, EWE, MEN, MERE, NEW, NEWER, REM, RENEW, WEE, WERE, WREN
  • November 11 - EERIE, ERR, IRE, RETIRE, RETIREE, RITE, TEE, TIE, TIER, TIRE, TREE
  • November 10 - ANNOY, ANY, ANYONE, AYE, NAN, NAY, NEON, NONE, ONE, YEA, YEN, YON
  • November 9 - CELL, CELLO, CLOT, COLLECT, COLT, COT, LET, LOT, TELL, TOE, TOLL
  • November 8 - HOLY, HOT, HOTLY, HYMN, LOT, MOLT, MONTH, MONTHLY, MOTH, MYTH, NOT, OHM, ONLY, THY, TON, TOY, YON
  • November 7 - ARM, ART, MAR, MARRY, MART, MARTYR, MAT, MAY, RAM, RAT, RAY, TAR, TRAM, TRAY, TRY, YAM
  • November 6 - CON, CONCUR, CORN, NOR, OCCUR, OUR, RUN, URN
  • November 5 - AGE, AVENGE, EVE, EVEN, GAVE, GEE, GENE, NAG, NAVE, VAN, VANE, VEGAN
  • November 4 - GIT, GUT, HIP, HIT, HUG, HUT, PIG, PIT, PUG, PUT, PUTT, THUG, TIGHT, TIP, TUG, UPTIGHT
  • November 3 - CHI, CHOIR, CHORD, COD, DOC, HID, ORCHID, RICH, RID, ROD
  • November 2 - FAN, FANG, FLAG, FLU, FLUNG, FUN, FUNGAL, GAL, GNU, GULF, GUN, LAG, LUG, LUNG, NAG
  • November 1 - EYE, EYEING, GEE, GENE, GENIE, GIN, HEN, HEY, HINGE, HYGIENE, NIGH, YEN, YIN

How to Unlock Daily Puzzle in Wordscapes

Daily puzzles are locked once you begin playing the game. To gain access to this feature, you need to finish the first 12 levels (called the Sunrise block). Once you complete the levels, you'll notice that the calendar icon in the main menu is unlocked.

Wordscapes Tips and Tricks

The following tips can help make your game progress smoother:

  • Start with the shortest words first since those are easier to figure out, and they'll provide clues for more complicated words.
  • Don't forget abbreviations, as those count as possible answers, too.
  • Consider the plural forms of words.
  • Try taking a break if you're stuck and come back to the game after a few minutes.
  • Use the shuffle option to change the order of letters, as this might give you a fresh perspective.

And if you still haven't got your daily fix of word games and puzzles, check out these five best word games like Wordle for more linguistic fun!

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Wordscapes Daily Answers (2024)

FAQs

Is there still a daily puzzle in Wordscapes? ›

A new Daily Puzzle appears once every 24 hours.

What is the last level of Wordscapes? ›

The levels in Wordscapes are endless. There are 6000 regular levels in the game. After level 6000 players begin the Master Levels, which are endless.

Do levels get harder in Wordscapes? ›

For these words, players have nothing to go on other than the number of letters. The game starts easy (think C-A-T) to teach players how it works. As they level up, the difficulty quickly increases, and then maintains a medium difficulty from then on.

What are the hints in Wordscapes? ›

Hints are valuable tools in Wordscapes that assist you in finding words on the puzzle board. Lightbulb: This power-up gives you a random hint letter on the board, helping you to uncover hidden words more easily. Rocket: When activated, the Rocket power-up explodes, scattering multiple random letters across the board.

What is the purpose of the daily puzzle in Wordscapes? ›

Additionally, Wordscapes includes a 'Daily Puzzle' feature, offering players a new set of challenges each day to solve and gain additional rewards.

Is Wordscapes really good for your brain? ›

"Unfortunately, there's really no conclusive evidence supporting that word games and puzzles benefit the brain over time," says Dr. Tanu Garg, a neurologist at Houston Methodist. For instance, studies haven't shown that they help prevent memory loss or reduce the risk of developing dementia.

What is the highest level achieved in Wordscapes? ›

There are also bonus words that players can solve for in game currency. Wordscapes has 6000 official levels that players can beat before they unlock master levels, which are infinitely generated.

How to get high brilliance in Wordscapes? ›

You earn brilliance in Wordscapes by successfully completing puzzles, daily challenges, and any other game activities. Just keep playing, solving words, and racking up those points! Brilliance is basically your scorecard in Wordscapes. More puzzles solved = more brilliance.

What is Wordscape brilliance level? ›

How Brilliance is Calculated. The amount of brilliance you earn at each level is based on two factors: Number of Words: The more words you find and complete in a puzzle, the higher your brilliance score will be. Each word contributes to your overall brilliance.

How do people get such high scores on Wordscapes? ›

More Answers

They're probably cycling through levels super-fast and know all the sneaky little two-letter words. It's all about speed and strategy! I've been playing Wordscapes for months, and I've found that completing the daily puzzles and events can really stack up your score. Keeps the brain sharp too!

What is the point of the piggy bank in Wordscapes? ›

The Piggy Bank on Wordscapes is where you collect extra Coins as you play, which you can later purchase for a discounted price. It's a scam to make you spend more money. Just play the game without it.

What is the point of the animal in Wordscapes? ›

A: The "Wildlife" (pet) adds a game-within-a-game where the player can feed, water, or play with the pet, and after a set amount of time, the pet completes the task and awards the player with Hearts (to buy more eggs) and depending on the animal, either Brilliance, Bees, Tournament Stars, Portrait event points, or ...

What is the egg for in Wordscapes? ›

When buying an egg, it's possible to receive a duplicate of an animal you already have. Duplicates will help your animal level up. Each animal on the selection screen has a green meter below it. When you get a duplicate, credit is added to the duplicate meter.

What are the red diamonds in Wordscapes? ›

What are Heart Gems in Wordscapes? Heart Gems are special items in Wordscapes that are essential for unlocking Wildlife in the game.

How do I get the daily puzzle in Word Stacks? ›

To play, tap the 'Daily' button on your screen. The puzzle for today's date will automatically load.

What is the new feature in Wordscapes? ›

Wordscapes Wildlife is an exciting new feature where players can find special eggs and grow a Wildlife collection. This feature adds a new layer of fun and rewards to the game.

What is the highest level completed on Wordscapes? ›

There are also bonus words that players can solve for in game currency. Wordscapes has 6000 official levels that players can beat before they unlock master levels, which are infinitely generated.

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