eprint: Crosswords & Puzzles by FunDara Games

By: Eprint  05/12/2011

Crosswords & Puzzles

A selection of CROSSWORDS, and other word games, for all the family.

FunDara Games

This book has a collection of over thirty crossword and word puzzles suitable for all ages. Whether you’re a younger reader looking for straightforward, short crosswords to get you started, or a more veteran puzzler seeking to be challenged by larger grids or cryptic clues, this book is for you. Bonus word puzzles are also included in this FunDara Games first edition special. Enjoy!

FunDara Games is an Irish organisation, specialising in the creation of puzzles and games.


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